Jane Seymour in Bathing Suit Wants To "Seas The Day"
Jane Seymour is one of the most iconic actresses of all time. She starred in Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Somewhere In Time, Live and Let Die, and Captains and The Kings. She's racked up several awards and nominations. And at age 70, she is also not afraid to post swimsuit photos on Instagram, looking just as good as she did in the beginning of her career. Seymour posted a photo on Instagram of herself in a pink one-piece swimsuit by the beach. She captioned the photo, "Seas the day." Read on to see 5 ways Jane Seymour stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing-Suit Photos!
Seymour loves to dance, and has been given many opportunities in her career to do so. She was a contestant on the fifth season of Dancing With The Stars, where she reached the top six, doing very well. She starred in the ABC Family movie musical, Lovestruck: The Musical, where she played a Broadway performer and choreographer, and sang a cover of Lady Gaga's "Just Dance."
She Embraces Herself At All Ages
Seymour says that she is confident in her body now, even more so than when she was younger. "Like my father used to say, I'm comfortable in my own skin," she told Playboy. "I feel much sexier now than I ever did when I was younger."
She Works Out Her Abs
Seymour has an impressive set of abs, and she has them for a reason. She tells Lifetime that she does a lot of ab exercises, usually isometric ones, and that they are extremely effective. "You're isolating and engaging the stomach muscles to strengthen them. It has given me really strong stomach muscles, and I have a longer, leaner look than before."
She Grows Her Own Vegetables
Seymour tells Closer Weekly that she makes sure to eat a healthy diet, and one of her ways she does so is by gardening. "We grow a lot of vegetables in the garden, organically," she says.
She Avoids Extreme Diets
Seymour tells Closer Weekly that she's not a fan of extreme dieting and doesn't limit herself when it comes to food and indulgences. She says that this attitude helps her stay healthy. "Me telling myself I'm on a diet never works. Me saying, 'Okay, I'm going to have a bite of this cake but I don't need the whole cake,' that's how it works."