Jane Seymour is focusing on "finding happiness" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 'Live and Let Die' star insists being happy doesn't mean we feel that way "all day, every day" as she insisted happiness can be found in the smallest of things.
She explained: "Just remember that happiness doesn’t mean we’re happy all day, every day. Happiness is finding something in every day that we’re grateful for."
Meanwhile, Jane recently admitted she feels "flattered" to be considered a "sex symbol" at her age as she feels "incredibly healthy and well".
She said: "I don't quite understand what a sex symbol means, but am I still a full-blooded woman? Definitely! And 69, to me, just appears to be a number. It’s flattering. I'm feeling incredibly healthy and well ... At the same time, I think it's lovely that I get to play the 70- and 80-year-olds I'm playing and really represent my own age group onscreen as well. I also often play younger than me."
Meanwhile, Jane - who has been married four times - recently said she used her divorces to make herself a better person.
She explained: "[The most important thing I learned] is to let go. To try to find a way to communicate and keep what was good in the relationship. Especially when co-parenting. And I tried to look at my side of things: 'What could I have done differently?' But it's hard when you're a mother and you work. It means sometimes you're gone. And sometimes you may be in a relationship where they would rather that you were there 24/7 and never worked. That hasn't actually been the case with me, but that's the only thing I can look at that I did really wrong - I went to work. But I was providing for the whole family, so it's very hard."
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