Jane Seymour Opens Up About the Cosmetic Treatment She Considered for Her ‘Bulgy Eyes’

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Jane Seymour is keeping it candid. In the latest issue of People Magazine, the 73-year-old actress “set the record straight” about the cosmetic treatment she considered and shared her secrets to looking and feeling her best. Ahead, we break down the most notable points from the Harry Wild star’s interview.

On Cosmetic Procedures…

Seymour once attempted a cosmetic procedure to address her “bulgy eyes” but was discouraged by her provider. To clarify for curious fans wondering about the work she’s had done, Seymour explained: “To set the record straight—because people were getting it wrong—they attempted to do something to my under-eyes when I was 40 because photographers kept saying that I had bulgy eyes. The doctor told me it’s actually a muscle, so there’s nothing I can do about it.”

Despite this, Seymour hasn’t let it hinder her work, telling the outlet that she’s had “quite a good career considering the bulgy eye” and adding that she is not interested in undergoing “anything permanent.”

“I’ve been playing a lot of amazing roles, recently two women with Alzheimer’s with very emotional scenes, and if you’re going to be that emotional, you need every muscle in your face,” Seymour continued. “So I have nothing against people doing anything they want to do, but for me personally, it is not helping me in my craft, unless I’m playing somebody who’s had Botox, in which case, I would be all over it.”

What’s even better than cosmetic treatments, she says, is pure happiness. “The best facelift is a smile,” she says. “If you want to look young, just smile from ear to ear.”

On Exercise…

Seymour is mindful about her exercise regimen to avoid injuring her back or legs. “I incorporate weights into whatever I’m doing because I think a lot of women think that if they go for a run or do a booty burn or something, that that’s enough. I think at our age, it’s proven that bone loss is what you have to be careful of. I’ll never be Arnold Schwarzenegger or a bodybuilder, but I’m now an 8-to-10-lbs. person.”

She adds that she’s not “religious” about exercising. “For me, it’s a high,” she said. “For me to feel that my body works and I can do this show and I can jump off things and climb through things and work a good 12 hours without pausing, I’m eternally grateful for it.”

On Diet…

The actress tells People that she sticks to a Mediterranean diet and practices intermittent fasting. “I actually really like healthy food,” she says, noting that she eats fresh produce from her own garden. “I drink wine—not as much as Harry Wild—but sometimes I just don’t drink, for no reason other than it’s caloric and I like being very clear-headed.”

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