Sexy 1973 James Bond actress, Jane Seymour, has stunned fans, posting a video of her intense pilates routine to social media yesterday, March 14.
Seymour, 71, took to Instagram share to share the impressive routine and her smokin’ body. She sported a raunchy black sports bra and matching leggings, revealing her age-defying physique and mobility. The video showed Seymour using a gyrotonic pilates machine as she concentrated intently on her upper body focused workout.
“Back in the gym after all my travels! Exercising using @Gyrotonic with @jeenymiller, working on abs and rotation in my hips/spine whilst doing weights for my arms. Working hard!” Seymour captioned the post.
“Also I can’t rave enough about my new favourite workout outfit from @vuoriclothing! It feels like a second skin, so comfortable.”
The actress went on to ask fans what they like doing for exercise which saw a number of fans eagerly comment their own workout routines.
“What do you like doing to work up a sweat?” she asked her followers.
“I love a good swift walk with weights on my ankles, boy it gets the blood pumping – you look incredible jane” one fan commented.
“I like a fast walk or my treadmill. Have a beautiful day Jane” commented another.
This isn’t the first time the famous Dr Quinn actress has impressed fans with her incredibly athletic figure, after receiving an outpouring of compliments from stunned fans in a revealing bikini photo posted to Instagram in January.
The ageless actress donned a hot pink one-piece bikini as she elegantly posed for the camera on a weekend boat trip, captioning the post with a cheeky pun.
“Seas the day! What’s on for your weekend” she asked fans.
The popular British-American actress celebrated her 71st birthday on February 15, when she donned a breathtaking blue cowl neck dress, revealing her toned arms and gorgeous long brown locks as she thanked fans for their birthday wishes.
Seymour is most famously known for her role as the Bond Girl, Solitaire, in the hit James Bond film, Live and Let Die (1973) and for her performance as Dr Quinn in the long-running 1990s TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, which won four Emmys.