Naomi Watts Admits 'There Are a Million Days' She Thinks About Getting Plastic Surgery

The actress discusses her internal debate about going under the knife.

-- Naomi Watts appears to have it all: a successful career, a beautiful family and stunningly good looks.

But she admitted that she, too, has insecurities, even about her appearance.

"I’m really just feeling my way. This being an industry town, that self-consciousness just pervades," she told Town and Country magazine. "There are days when I feel victorious that I have, you know, gotten this far [without plastic surgery]. But there are a million days when I look in the mirror and think, 'I’m going to do it.'"

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Watts, 45, who is set to star in the next "Divergent" film, said Hollywood has been the cause of other anxieties, too. Auditions especially make her nervous.

"I hate being put in a position where I’m being tested," she said. "If I feel safe, I can be me, but if I don’t feel safe, I try to please."

The Oscar nominee and mother of two has learned to trust her instincts a bit. Self-acceptance is not foreign to her.

"I didn’t trust that me was what people wanted," she said. "If only I’d known back then, over those 10 years of trying to prove myself, what I know now, which is just be you."