Jane Seymour was seen on Monday for the first time since her 70th birthday earlier this month.The Live And Let Die movie star was leaving a skincar
Jane Seymour was seen on Monday for the first time since her 70th birthday earlier this month.
The Live And Let Die movie star was leaving a skincare salon, Skinbetter Science in Brentwood, California, with a bag of products.
The Dancing With The Stars contestant is known for keeping her great looks as the decades wear on.
See Jane drive: Jane Seymour was seen on Monday for the first time since her 70th birthday earlier this month
The Dr Quinn medicine woman actress looked stylish in a red turtle neck, dark denim skinny jeans, flats and a multi-colored JS Design Scarf, which she sells on her website.
The beauty was also seen in her car without her mask on with her hair worn down.
This sighting comes after she said she has not had cosmetic surgery ‘yet.’
She knows how to stay fresh: The Live And Let Die movie star was leaving a skincare salon, Skinbetter Science in Brentwood, California, with a bag of products
The veteran actress – who turned 70 on February 15 – insisted she has ‘nothing against’ people going under the knife to reduce the signs of ageing and has friends who have had facelifts and are ‘thrilled’ with the results.
However, Jane wouldn’t undergo the procedure unless she knew it definitely wouldn’t ‘change’ her face.
She told NewBeauty magazine: ‘As of now, I have chosen not to have a facelift — but I have nothing against any of it, nothing. Almost everyone I know is doing it and they’re really thrilled with the results.
Chic Seymour: The Dr Quinn medicine woman actress looked stylish in a red turtle neck, dark denim skinny jeans, flats and a multi-colored JS Design Scarf, which she sells on her website
‘I think it’s great, and if I felt that somebody could do something that wouldn’t change my face, and I would have the results where I would look just like me, I would do it.
On Monday she shared this portrait
‘I’m not saying I’d never do it, but I haven’t done it yet.’
The War With Grandpa actress credits her still-youthful appearance to being strict with her skincare regime.
She said: ‘I think having good skin is really the secret to not aging your face. Using retinol at night, protecting yourself from the sun, using the great skin-care that plumps your skin and pretty much anything that makes me feel healthy is the best anti-aging secret I know.’
And Jane insisted she doesn’t feel any different now she’s getting older.
She said: ‘I feel the same. I’m a glass half-full person. My thinking is, ‘Just be as young as you possibly can be.’ ‘
Always gorgeous: She was born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg and her first film was in 1969: Oh! What A Lovely War
Forever a Bond girl: The siren was the eye candy of the 1973 007 movie Live And Let Die
But the actress does have some regrets because she wishes she hadn’t spent so much time trying to tan when she was younger.
Asked the beauty advice she wishes she could give her younger self, she said: ‘That young girl who lived in England where it’s cloudy and rainy most of the time — that she shouldn’t bask in the sun with a reflector board and cooking oil during those two weeks of vacation! But, I stopped sun-worshipping a long time ago, so I guess I’m lucky there.’
In January she shocked fans when she told People all four of her husbands left her for other women.
‘I never ended the marriages – they did, by finding other people!’ said the looker in a candid interview.
The pinup was wed to Michael Attenborough from 1971 until 1973. The screen favorite then was married to Geoffrey Paner from 1977 until 1978. Next came David Flynn, her spouse from 1981 until 1992. Her last husband was James Keach, whom she was with from 1993 until 2015.
These days she has been dating David Green but she told DailyMail.com in 2018 they have no plans to wed as things are perfect just the way they are.
They have been together since 2014.
Husband #1: The pinup was wed to Michael Attenborough from 1971 until 1973
Husband #2: The screen favorite then was married to Geoffrey Paner from 1977 until 1978
She described her divorces as ‘painful’ and ‘depressing’, but believes they’ve made her a better person in the long run.
She told the site: ‘The sooner you can accept it, the better for you and others.
‘ And then when you look out from yourself and look around to see what other people are suffering or challenged by, you realize what you have is minimal compared to other people’s challenges.’
The jewelry designer added: ‘And so for me, I was really brought up to see what I could do for others, because that would give me a sense of purpose. When I had a sense of purpose, I was able then to deal with what I had to deal with.’
Husband #3: Next came David Flynn, her spouse from 1981 until 1992; seen with daughter Katie
Husband #4: Her last husband was James Keach, whom she was with from 1993 until 2015
She has said the biggest lesson she has learned from her splits is to ‘let go’, while ensuring she and her ex still ‘find a way to communicate,’ especially when children are involved.
‘The most important thing I learned is to let go. To try to find a way to communicate and keep what was good in the relationship,’ said the former model.
‘Especially when co-parenting. And I tried to look at my side of things: ‘What could I have done differently?’
The boyfriend: These days she has been dating David Green but she told DailyMail.com in 2018 they have no plans to wed as things are perfect just the way they are. They have been together since 2014; seen in 2019
‘But it’s hard when you’re a mother and you work. It means sometimes you’re gone. And sometimes you may be in a relationship where they would rather that you were there 24/7 and never worked.
‘That hasn’t actually been the case with me, but that’s the only thing I can look at that I did really wrong – I went to work. But I was providing for the whole family, so it’s very hard.’
The star has 25-year-old twins Kristopher and John with James Keach, as well as son Sean, 35, and daughter Katherine, 39, with David Flynn.
And Jane says she always did her best to juggle being a parent with her work life when her brood were younger.
She added: ‘I’ve always done the best I could; I took my kids all over the world whenever I was working, I had them on-set with me.
‘And I somehow managed to juggle it.’
Some of her biggest hits in Hollywood have been the 1973 Bond movie Live And Let Die, 2005’s Wedding Crashers with Owen Wilson and Isla Fisher, and her TV series Dr Quinn Medicine Woman.
How could anyone leave this goddess? Seymour is one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood. But she told People all four of her husbands left her for other women