Jane Seymour is 70 years old, and fans cannot believe it, as seen in her recently posted vacation photo by the beach.
Jane Seymour rose to fame for being a blonde beauty Bond Girl in the film “Live and Let Die.” Decades later, she still has the same beautiful face that captured the hearts of many.
The actress turned 70 years old on February 15 but does not look a day over 50 without going under the knife. According to Seymour, her secret is having a young and positive mindset.
Jane Seymour as Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn, for the television series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," 1992. | Source: Getty Images
BEAUTY BY THE BEACH
The star recently shared a gorgeous photo of herself by the beach during golden hour. Seymour’s slim figure and youthful glow defied her age as she was caught candidly smiling.
While dressed in a white tank top and a colorful skirt, the 70-year-old looked happy during her sunny vacation. Seymour’s also had a lei around her neck to complete the Hawaiian vibe. She captioned the snap:
“Aloha! ?? I hope you all have a wonderful week!”
Jane Seymour during the IMDb LIVE At The Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party on February 24, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images
In her cover story for New Beauty, Seymour shared that she tried to live life with no regrets but wished she told her younger self not to enjoy under the sun too much.
The former couple, who tied the knot in 1993, share two kids, twins Johnny and Kristopher.
Luckily, sun damage is barely seen on her skin thanks to a skincare routine, including retinol at night. Seymour takes pride in her great skin and does not plan to have plastic surgery to keep her youthful appearance.
A LOVING GRANDMOTHER
Fans can hardly believe that the “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” star is already a mother-of-four and grandmother-of-three. Often she enjoys bonding with her grandkids, Luna, Willa, and Rowan.
Their activities often happen outdoors and include swimming or gardening. The British actress previously admitted that she saw pieces of herself in her grandchildren and would not be surprised if they followed in the entertainment industry.
During quarantine, she and her young ones watched Seymour’s ‘90s series, “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” and “War With Grandpa,” making them closer than ever.
“They will continue their relationship as devoted parents to their children, as business associates and partners [...].”
The former couple, who tied the knot in 1993, share two kids, twins Johnny and Kristopher. The actress is also a mom to two older children from her previous marriage.