Jane Seymour doesn't plan on retiring anytime soon despite being in her 60s.
Jane Seymour isn't ready to retire.
The 65-year-old actress - who shot to fame as a Bond Girl in 'Live and Let Die' in 1973, alongside Sir Roger Moore - has no plans to stop working because there is still ''so much more'' she wants to achieve despite having a career spanning more than four decades.
She said: ''There's still so much to do. I'm always up for doing more so I'm not retiring anytime soon. I've been lucky to remain working all these years.''
The 'Fifty Shades of Black' star - who is currently filming for a new 007 documentary called 'Becoming Bond' - credits meditation, spending time with her grandchildren and living in sunny Malibu for being able to lead a hectic working life.
Asked how she manages to do so much, the Golden Globe winner - who has three grandchildren - told the Daily Express newspaper: ''I meditate. balance it all by spending weekends at home with my grandkids. It helps that I live in Malibu across from the beach so being at home feels like I'm on holiday.''
Meanwhile, the flame-haired beauty insists she's never had any cosmetic work done and her secret to looking youthful is hanging around with people much younger than her.
Speaking about positive comments shared on social media about her looks, she said: ''It's always flattering for a woman to be told she's attractive.
''I had no idea I got that feedback on Twitter. I've never had cosmetic surgery and hang out with people half my age - mostly my adult children's friends who have become mine. My mother did it too. It keeps you young and works a treat.''
Jane - who has four grown-up children from two different marriages - previously said her grandkids ''keep her young'' and admitted becoming a grandmother for the first time was ''almost more magical'' than having her own children.
She shared: ''I love having my grandchildren over. I think playing with the grandchildren keeps me young. They have endless energy, and it's so much fun.
''you get so suckered in the minute that first grandchild comes along.
''It almost seems more magical than when you had your own children!
''They make me realise that I have to stay healthy because I can't wait to show them the world!''
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