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Dame Joan Collins reveals she 'wanted to be a boy' while going through puberty

READ NEXT: Joan Collins breaks down and says she 'couldn't stop crying' following Queen's deathSpeaking to Saga Magazine, the glamorous star said: "I remember going through puberty at 14 and hating the way my body was changing."I hated everything that was happening," she continued candidly.The beautiful actress then revealed: "So I rebelled and wore boys' clothes. I wore corduroys and scraped my hair back.

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