Just after hosting her “World Fitness Day” event downtown over the weekend, Jane Fonda says she’s leaving Atlanta for Los Angeles.
“This is a hard blog to write,” she posted. “I have been in Atlanta for 19 years. It has been my home and I have been very happy here. I came here with Ted Turner and when we separated, I stayed. It’s been 10 years since then. I built myself a loft that I truly thought would be my home till I died. I love it so. My daughter, my soon-to-be son-in-law and my two grandchildren live here. My two non-profits are here: The Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and The Jane Fonda Center at the Emory School of Medicine where the focus is on adolescent reproductive health and sexuality. So you see, my decision to move to Los Angeles has not been easy.”
She says she went out to L.A. for knee replacement last year and decided she “still wanted to work in film.”
She says she has some movie projects coming up and plans frequent visits to her “adopted city.”
And in case you’d like to bunk at Chez Fonda, she says she’ll soon be posting info about renting or buying her loft.