Jane Seymour is feeling herself in fuchsia.
The Live and Let Die actress, 71, took to Instagram today to share a photo of herself posing in a one-piece bathing suit. She captioned the photo, “Feeling the fuchsia vibes today! Sometimes you’ve just got to throw on some colour! What do you think?”
Seymour’s followers gave the suit their seal of approval in the comments section. One wrote, “Absolutely stunning, this is a beautiful color!” Another shared, “Color looks great on you...heck, anything looks great on you! Congrats on staying in such great shape over the years. You are amazing!”
The Little Italy star loves a bright bathing suit. Last month, she shared a photo of herself sporting a red strapless suit while hanging out on Malibu, Calif. She captioned the post, “Welcome to June! The weather is warming up and summer is just around the corner! What are some of your goals for this new month?”
Back in April, the former Bond Girl spoke to Yahoo Life about continuing to pose for Playboy while in her 70s.
"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 noted 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 previously shared her thoughts on posing for the magazine in 2018, when she was 67.
“There’s an enormous freedom in having lived as long as I have. Like my father used to say, 'I’m comfortable in my own skin,'” she told Playboy in her interview for the magazine. “I’m not trying to prove anything to anyone. When you’re younger, it’s all about ‘look at me.’ I’m not trying to get anyone to look at me.”
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