Jane Seymour is sharing her thoughts on cosmetic surgery.
In a new interview with The Times, the 72-year-old Harry Wild star opened up about the work she’s had done over her career as well as changing attitudes about aging and sex appeal.
Although she previously denied having any work done, the former Bond girl shared that she has undergone cosmetic procedures in the new interview. Seymour told the outlet, "My eyes were done when I was 40 and at the same time I had my boobs done. The guy who did it said to me they didn’t make the implants that small. I had to get a special order. I thought I had made a big mistake but I think that was probably, you know, after breastfeeding a bunch of children."
The Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman star shared that she has tried Botox, but that she wouldn’t do it again. "I have tried it," she explained. "But as an actress I don’t think it works. I don’t have anything against it. I’m just saying if I’m playing a woman of my age who has to be animated I think it’s useful to actually have the muscles working."
In 2018, Seymour posed for Playboy for the third time. She was 67 years old and the oldest woman to ever pose for the magazine. During her Times profile, she reflected on her last photoshoot with the outlet.
"The last time I did it they were basically asking, ‘Is a woman still sensual and interesting at your age?’ And I thought, well, if you think I am! Maybe it’s saying to women, ‘Don’t give up,'" she noted. "Anyway, the photographs were beautiful and I wasn’t showing anything I didn’t want to show."
In 2022 she reflected on the photos in an interview with Yahoo Life.
"I don't know why everyone got terribly excited about it, but I got excited when I thought, Well ... what does this say? This says that I am still a woman and that I'm comfortable in my skin, and I own myself. And why not?" she said at the time. "You know, maybe there are a lot of women out there who are giving up and just going, Oh, well, you know, I'm middle aged and I should cut my hair off and be invisible. Well, I'm saying if you don't want to be invisible and you want to continue feeling lively and have fun and feel kind of sensual, sexy or whatever, there's nothing wrong with it."
She added that she didn't "feel any different than when I was 40 or 50."
"Am I younger in spirit than I am in age? Probably," she said. "Until I, you know, run and jump and suddenly realize that I don't land quite as well as I did before."
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