Jane Seymour, 72, is having the most ‘passionate’ sex of her life after going official with John Zambetti

Age is just a number.

At 72, actress Jane Seymour gushed that she is having the best sex of her life with boyfriend John Zambetti in an essay for Cosmopolitan’s “Sex After 60” digital issue.

“Sex right now is more wonderful and passionate than anything I ever remember because it is built on trust, love, and experience,” she penned in her essay, which was published Wednesday,

“I now know myself and my body, and John has had his own experiences in his life—it’s not like when you’re younger.”

“I suppose among younger generations, people have sex first and then say, ‘Oh, by the way, hello. How do you do?’” she theorized.

“The older I get, the more sex is built on emotional intimacy, on having shared the ups and downs of life with someone—our feelings, our joys, our sadness, our mutual passions, and desire.”

“Sex right now is more wonderful and passionate than anything I ever remember because it is built on trust, love, and experience,” she wrote in the essay, which debuted Wednesday. janeseymour/instagram

Seymour, who rose to fame after playing a Bond girl in the 1973 film “Live and Let Die,” also hit back at the assumption that sex stops when you get older.

“Your sex life doesn’t need to end at 60. At the end of the day, everyone is looking for something that puts blood into a certain area,” she wrote.


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“The older I get, the more sex is built on emotional intimacy, on having shared the ups and downs of life with someone—our feelings, our joys, our sadness, our mutual passions, and desire,” she reflected. janeseymour/Instagram
Seymour also argued that one’s “sex life doesn’t need to end at 60.” janeseymour/Instagram

“When you can figure that out, well, you’re going to be a happy camper.”

She also joked that a “bonus” to sex later in life is that you can’t get pregnant.

“I truly feel sex and intimacy is better at my age than it ever was before,” she further gushed.

The former Bond girl’s essay comes three months after she went Instagram official with Zambetti. janeseymour/Instagram

“I actually mean that. And it took being single after my marriages to learn that I don’t have to disappear for sex and romance to click.”

The mother of four has been married four times.

Seymour was with Michael Attenborough between 1971 and 1973​, Geoffrey Planer ​from 1977 to 1978,​ David Flynn ​between 1981 and 1992 and James Keach ​​from 1993 to 2015.

She explained that when she met him, she was happily single but eventually let him in her life. Jane Seymour / Instagram
Now, she feels like she has “never been happier.” janeseymour/Instagram

She shares her kids Katherine and Sean with Flynn and her twins Kristopher and John with Keach.

The “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” star went Instagram official with Zambetti in October 2023 by sharing photos of them engaging in some PDA at a dinner party on Instagram.

“I’ve never been happier. 🥰,” she captioned the post.

Seymour said that unlike her past relationships, she’s not going to lose who she is with Zambetti. Instagram/Jane Seymour

In her essay for Cosmopolitan, Seymour admitted she often lost herself in her relationships, which is why she is making sure to live for herself in her current romance.

In fact, she said she was so into making herself happy that she was not interested in Zambetti at all when they first met.

“I was at my happiest, surrounded by friends and family — literally, I think I had 16 of them in the house this one time, from my sisters and their husbands to cousins and even all the grandchildren,” she explained.

In a November 2023 interview with the Daily Mail, Seymour described her beau as “obviously very intelligent, but also very supportive.” Getty Images for Roadside Attractions

“John was immediately exposed to who I really am.”

“And so despite my active disinterest in romance at the time, he still appreciated me and the privilege it was to see my life. I let him be part of the gang.”

Seymour previously gushed about her beau in an interview with the Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, Zambetti gushed that they are “just enjoying the fact [they] have found each other.” Getty Images for Paramount+

“He’s lovely and he’s obviously very intelligent, but also very supportive,” she detailed.

“Everyone I know loves him. They all adore him.”

Zambetti added, “We are both so happy and just enjoying the fact we have found each other.”