Bond girl Jane Seymour reveals her anti-aging must-haves at the age of 72, she doesn’t have Botox and her diet tip is completely free

BOND girl Jane Seymour revealed her anti-aging must-haves and how she keeps her skin flawless in an interview with The US Sun.

Jane, 72, has been in the public eye since she rose to fame in her 20s for her role as Solitaire in the James Bond film Live and Let Die.

Jane Seymour has aged gracefully since her role as a Bond girl in 1973's Live and Let Die


Jane Seymour has aged gracefully since her role as a Bond girl in 1973’s Live and Let DiePhoto credit: Getty – Contributor
Jane shared her skincare secrets exclusively with The US Sun


Jane shared her skincare secrets exclusively with The US SunPhoto credit: Getty

In an exclusive interview with The US Sun, the famous Bond girl opened up about her skincare routine that helps her age gracefully.

“I actually use Crepe delete“This is amazing to everyone and it works really well,” she revealed, adding that she has been using it for about 10 to 11 years.

However, the English actress mentioned that she tries other products “from time to time”, especially because she is sent products to try out, comparing it to Crepe Erase.

“But in general I would say I never go to bed with dirty skin. I cleanse and exfoliate very thoroughly and apply a retinal-like scrub at night that is sensitive to the sun,” Jane continued.

“And then in the morning I gently exfoliate the dead skin cells and then replenish it, usually like a nice serum… oils or creams.”

She revealed that she gets facials “very rarely” due to her schedule and the fact that she keeps her skin healthy and clean.

Jane explained: “I always cleanse my skin and always remove the dead skin cells, protect the new ones and definitely wear a hat and SPF… I stay out of the sun. I mean, I stay in the sun enough to get vitamin D, but not enough to burn it off.


Jane went on to clarify rumors she had heard that she was against all types of plastic surgery and Botox.

“That’s not the truth,” she told The US Sun while hosting an intimate lunch with author Christy Scott Cashman at the Polo Bar in New York City.

“I think everyone should do whatever they want. As an actress, it’s convenient for me that when I’m angry, you can see that I’m angry.”

She continued: “It just doesn’t work for me as an actress. If I do a drama or have to make a lot of facial expressions when I can’t do that, it limits my acting options.”

“And I also play older women with gray wigs.”

The Harry Wild star also argued: “I just want to look like myself. And I have more work at the moment than I’ve ever had in my life.”

“I think it’s because I can age, and I think that’s the case.” [because] My face moves.

Jane said she has “a whole bunch of things planned” in terms of upcoming projects. She even had to turn down a film that was supposed to be shot in Ireland because it was “too much too soon” and she had already made Thanksgiving plans with her family.


Aside from maintaining flawless skin, Jane credits her fitness routine for helping her age gracefully.

She said she does intermittent fasting — eating for eight hours and fasting for 16 hours — because “it makes perfect sense.”

She compared it to unplugging a computer and restarting it to work. She said that the way the body works is to “make whatever is in the system disappear naturally.”

She further explained her lifestyle: “I basically try to eat earlier in the evening, usually, and then don’t eat anything until midday or midday.

“But I’m not religious about that. And I eat a healthy, Mediterranean diet. I grow organic food in the garden. I drink a sip of wine here and there and lots of water.”

Jane said that when it comes to working out, she is pretty active throughout the day.

When she can’t go to the gym, she works out wherever she is – on set or in her hotel room – and even does “triceps and push-ups while I wait for the coffee machine.”

Jane told The US Sun: “I know what I need to do… And if I need to do some aerobics, I go for a quick walk because that’s better for me than running.”

“And when I do that, I either talk to people while doing it on the phone or I listen to a book.”

She also said she does Pilates with lightweight weights, climbs up and down stairs, rides a bike and does a lot of stretching.

Your next step

On November 9th, Jane was in New York City to promote her next project with Christy Cashman – adapting the author’s book, “The Truth About Horses,” into a major motion picture or television series.

As part of the press tour, she attended an intimate lunch with Christy, Jane’s new boyfriend John Zambetti and Julia Haart.

“I read it and was overwhelmed. And I thought, ‘Wow, this is really good,'” Jane recalled after reading it for the first time.

After giving a review quote for the book, she then read it a second time on a flight.

“It took four hours and 15 minutes straight. I didn’t even go to the toilet. Floods of tears and people around me asking, ‘What’s going on here?’ And I said, ‘I’m reading this book,'” she continued.

“And it literally touched me a lot, and I just thought, ‘Oh my God, the last time I had that feeling was reading Dr. “Quinn and reading Somewhere in Time… that hits a human nerve.”

Having recently closed the deal, Jane said that turning the book into a film or television project was her “top priority” at the moment.

She concluded: “I want to put this into action, get the script going and sign a director and a casting director so we can start looking for our main characters.”

“The young girl [Reese] Who is the main character? It will be very exciting. She will probably be someone fairly new, but there are a few [actresses] Who could play it?

Jane - pictured here as Solitaire - said she doesn't use Botox due to her many different roles


Jane – pictured here as Solitaire – said she doesn’t use Botox due to her many different rolesPhoto credit: Alamy
Jane is working with author Christy Cashman (pictured here) to adapt Christy's book, The Truth About Horses, into a film or television show


Jane is working with author Christy Cashman (pictured here) to adapt Christy’s book, The Truth About Horses, into a film or television showPhoto credit: Getty
The Bond girl attended an intimate lunch at the Polo Bar with her new boyfriend John Zambetti on November 9th


The Bond girl attended an intimate lunch at the Polo Bar with her new boyfriend John Zambetti on November 9thPhoto credit: Getty

John Verrall

John Verrall is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. John Verrall joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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