She was a style icon through the 1970s, and at 67 it looks like actress Jane Seymour is still as fabulous as ever!
The former Bond girl put on a stunning display in a figure-hugging red dress as she attended a luncheon in Beverly Hills on Wednesday. Jane looked sensational in the fitted dress, which she teamed with nude peep-toe heels, looking every bit the Hollywood star that she is.
The adored English actress finished off the saucy look with silver accessories, and wore her hair out in loose waves for the occasion. She kept her makeup simple, opting for a touch of blush and a pink lip.
Jane is best known for her role in 1973’s James Bond movie Live and Let Die, before enjoying a string of roles in the limelight in the decades following the film’s success. She recently admitted she feels “freer” and “more sensual” now than she did 30 years ago.
Appearing on UK TV show This Morning in September, the 67-year-old beauty explained she now sees getting older as a privilege, having sadly lost three of her closest friends within the space of a year.
In fact, she ended up celebrating her age by modelling for Playboy magazine earlier this year, and told the show it had felt “important” for her to embrace her body in the stunning photos.
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According to the Mail Online, she said on camera: “I felt it was important to show you could be comfortable in your own skin, to be authentically you and to still feel viable as a sensual woman at any age. I mean just because I have a number 67 doesn’t mean that inside of me. For me, I feel freer now than I did when I was 30 or 40.”
Jane revealed she’s enjoying her 60s more than ever, and while she was left heartbroken by her friends’ deaths, it made her appreciate life and getting older more than ever.
“Growing older is actually a privilege,” she reportedly said on the show. “Sadly, I lost three of my closest friends last year, who were the same age as me.
“So for me to be here and even having this discussion is a huge privilege. So growing older is something I embrace because it means I’m around.”