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Touch of the magic airbrush? Ex-Bond girl Jane Seymour, 62, flaunts her toned bikini body and claims she's in 'better shape than four decades ago' BJane Seymour, 62, could pass for a woman half her age on the new cover of Closer Weekly where she appears wearing nothing but a hot pink bikini.

The British-born actress, who has four children from two of her four marriages. told the magazine: 'God, I’m in better shape now in some ways than I was when I was doing the [1973] Bond film [Live and Let Die].'

She insists that she does not diet and attributes her youthfully toned 5ft 3in 115lb frame to tri-weekly gym sessions, tennis, golf and swimming. When traveling she likes to power walk and do push-ups.

Swinging sixties: Jane Seymour, 62, appears on the newest cover of Closer Weekly wearing nothing but a bikini

'I just want to be as healthy as I can be for as long as I can. No diets here,' the Los Angeles-based star said.

'I hate to deny myself things. If I have pasta, I'll just eat half of it.'


On the cosmetic surgery front she previously admitted to getting breast implants following the birth off her twin boys in 1995, a 'minor' eye-lift and Botox injections.

But now she says she prefers to keep things natural.

Flashback: Ms Seymour, pictured at the age of 21, says her secret to a toned figure is tri-weekly gym sessions, tennis, golf and swimming

Good genes: The British-born actress seen around the age of 30

'I tried [Botox] and hated it. I’d never do it again. For me it doesn’t work because I’m an actor and I need to be able to move every part of my face.

'I think I’m being hired a lot because I haven’t done all the stuff everyone else is doing.'

To slowdown the signs of aging, she shares, 'I always wear a hat when I’m out in the sun. I drink a lot of water, and my skin is at its best when I’ve had sleep.'

Ms Seymour, who became a U.S. citizen eight years ago, first came to public attention in 1973 as Tarot-reading Bond girl Solitaire in Live And Let Die.

On the market: Ms Seymour, pictured in January (left) and September (right) 2012 separated from her fourth husband, James Jeach, last April - the couple have two children together


She made her big screen comeback in 2005 with the hit comedy Wedding Crashers.

In the film she played an older woman, which involved the first topless scene of her career as she seduced young actor Owen Wilson.

But with such a well-preserved figure she had to qualms with putting it on show.

Set to turn 63 next month, she describes being in her sixties as 'pure joy'.

'The best thing . . . is being alive and healthy!'

She adds that she feels most beautiful, 'When I’m holding my grandchildren and with people I love.'

The blonde beauty separated from her director husband of 20 years, James Keach, last April and has since been spotted on dates.

For more, pick up the new issue of Closer Weekly, on newsstands now.

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