Jane Seymour pays tribute to Bond actor Sir Roger Moore and reveals: 'I nearly died having my twins!'
JANE SEYMOUR JOINS US AS A GUEST LOOSE WOMAN AND TALKS BOND, BEAUTY AND HOW SHE NEARLY DIED HAVING HER BABIES
She's no stranger to Loose Women and actress Jane joined us today saying, 'It's great to be here, I love your show'.
And there was plenty we wanted to catch up with her on...
Jane paid tribute to Sir Roger Moore who she starred in 1973 Bond movie Live and Let Die with... 'I saw him before he died. There was some sort of unfinished business, that he’d done a practical joke when I was 20 years old. We all used to sit there for lunch and apparently, I used to always say, ‘Please can you pass the…’, ‘Please can you pass the…’. And so, one day he thought it would be very funny if everyone just picked up their trays the minute I came and walked away from me. I was mortified!'Roger never clarified that he had been pulling a prank on her until just before his death'Pretty much just a few months before he died… and in his book. He wrote, "I did a practical joke on Jane and I’m not sure she realised it was a joke." I was so young, I was 20 going on 13.''He was so good to me, he was so kind. He was always lovely to me.'
Jane on nearly dying after falling pregnant with her twin sons through IVF at the age of 45 when she suffered from pre-eclampsia...'I just recently met and married [actor] James Keach, I'd been low, he felt he wasn't able to raise a child fully due to divorce, I felt the only thing I could give him back was a baby.I lost several pregnancies, eventually I got really lucky, I got warned about the health issues. I accepted it would be a multiple birth, two for one.'It was pre-eclampsia, which killed the real Jane Seymour. It was diagnosed quite late, I was given an emergency c-section. They didn't tell me until three days later that I nearly died having them and they nearly died.'For four months they had heart monitors on them, it was really scary. I would say that probably if you haven't met your mate before 40, you should probably freeze your eggs, or think of another option.'
Jane on staying natural aged 67... 'I need my face to move, if it doesn’t move, I can’t play the characters. I’m pretty comfortable in my own skin. I got my breasts done because of the pressure of losing my marriage, I thought maybe that’s what I should do. I had the the vacant space filled. If I want to look younger on screen, I sometimes tape my neck or wear a wig.'
Watch the video to see Jane pay tribute to Sir Roger Moore.