Joan Collins: ‘I’m absolutely a feminist but I’ll let somebody carry my bags’

Joan Collins: ‘I’m absolutely a feminist but I’ll let somebody carry my bags’
The original vamp on 70 years of showbiz life, having Boris Johnson as a boss and why partying is a dying art

Dame Joan Collins, 88, was born in Paddington and trained at Rada. She began appearing in films while still in her teens, with more than 70 credits including Our Girl Friday, Land of the Pharaohs, The Virgin Queen, The Stud and The Bitch. During the 80s, she found fame as Alexis Colby in the US soap Dynasty, a role that won her a Golden Globe. In recent years she returned to TV with the likes of The Royals, Benidorm and American Horror Story. Her new memoir, My Unapologetic Diaries, is out now.

Did returning to your 90s diaries whisk you back in time?

Absolutely. They weren’t written in the usual way. I never put pen to paper. Between 1989 and 2006, I talked into a Dictaphone practically every night when I got home,
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