Sarah Jessica Parker doesn’t worry about aging.

“I just don’t understand why I’m supposed to be spending that much time thinking about it,” the “Sex and the City” actress, 57, told Allure recently.

“It’s not that I’m purposefully dismissive or delusional. But I don’t really ponder it. There’s been far more peripheral chatter about my time spent on earth than I’ve spent thinking about it myself.”

SJP’s silver-streaked hair, which made headlines last summer after she was photographed dining al fresco in NYC, is a prime example of this.

“It became months and months of conversation about how brave I am for having gray hair,” she told the publication. “I was like, please please applaud someone else’s courage on something!”

Given that Parker was out with her friend Andy Cohen when the pictures were taken, the comments she received were particularly puzzling.

“Andy has a full head of beautiful gray hair. But no one mentioned him, sitting right next to me,” she said. “Not a soul.”

The 54-year-old “Watch What Happens Live” host at the time defended his friend from the “misogynistic” remarks.

“All the articles were ‘Sarah Jessica Parker, she’s going gray’ and ‘She looks old,’ and it was insanity,” he said during an appearance on “The Drew Barrymore Show.”

Furthermore, SJP doesn’t want to go back in time, even if she could do so without having surgery. She previously received similar comments about her “bravery” after a “And Just Like That” episode in which her character, Carrie Bradshaw, visits a plastic surgeon’s office.

“What’s the point? I just … don’t care enough,” she told Allure. “When I walk out the door, I want to feel OK — according to my standards … I’m not without vanity. I guess I just don’t care enough about everybody else’s opinion.”

Nakoya Yancey, the “And Just Like That” hair department head, essentially wanted Miranda’s (Cynthia Nixon) silver bob to convey that message.

“She wanted to embrace her gray … to say, ‘This is who I am. Deal with it; it makes me no less than a woman,” Yancey told earlier this year.

Regarding the remarks made about the main cast that were “offensive” and “superficial,” she added, “I feel like those people are unrealistic. Everybody ages … You’re gonna [go] gray; that’s just the reality of it.”