Jane Seymour, 72, revealed the camera trick she uses to still look as young as she does at her age.
The former Bond girl said she uses a lighting technique she likes to call “Jane’s Igloo” to conceal the bags under her eyes.
She said: “Nobody else needs one because they’re under 30. Basically, the minute you take the top light off me I don’t have bags under my eyes.
“If you have a top light, my eyes become very baggy. So, I need something straight at me.”
The Live And Let Die actress went on to explain how her career in film helps her look natural while standing under strong lights.
She said: “Mercifully, I can take a lot of light. I’ve done so many films where I understand the light for me, I’m also an artist and like to do photography as well, so I understand what makes good and bad light for myself – what will and won’t work.
“I never have to ask, though. They figure it out, usually on the first day,” Jane added in an interview with Definition magazine.
But great lighting isn’t the only thing behind Jane’s youthful looks, as she stressed last year she has a great skincare routine.
Sharing a video from her bathroom on Instagram, Jane said: “One of the questions I get asked the most is, ‘Why does your skin look so good?’
“And I tell them, ‘My secret is I use Crépe Erase’. Well, today, QVC has an incredible exclusive offer that you don’t want to miss.”
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Jane had previously shut down rumours that she had undergone a cosmetic procedure to lift up and pull back the skin to make her face tighter and smoother.
Speaking on Steph’s Packed Lunch in April, Jane stressed that she has not had a facelift, but was not against people getting the procedure.
She said: “I don’t have anything against anyone doing plastic surgery, I’ve never said that I haven’t done anything.
“I think I was probably asked, ‘have you done a facelift?’ And I said, ‘no, I haven’t’. That doesn’t mean I don’t think anyone else shouldn’t.”
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