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Jane Seymour, 71, emotionally details 'conversation I shared with Queen' after her death
Jane Seymour, 71, lamented to her 263,000 followers that the world had lost a "great Sovereign", while TV reports described the Queen as the "most famous woman in the world".She then wrote a tribute capturing the poignant moment when she shook the hand of the woman so beloved by the nation.The vintage black and white photo featured the immaculately coiffured, diamond-covered Queen outstretching a hand while grinning broadly at the former Bond Girl."The World has lost a great woman and a great Sovereign," Jane exclaimed passionately in her post."Queen Elizabeth’s impact as a leader and a humanitarian has influenced so many generations around the world."Her selflessness and sense of public duty will never be mirrored."She added proudly: "I had the privilege of being presented to Queen Elizabeth on a number of occasions, but my proudest moment was receiving my OBE honour at the Palace and the conversation we shared at that time.Finally, she concluded: "I’m deeply and profoundly saddened by her loss."Jane, who is known for her starring role in Bond action movie Live and Let Die, had previously spoken of the importance of sharing grief with others.She told the Mail Online: "My mother always used to tell us that when something bad happens, your natural instinct will be to close off your heart."She then cautioned against it, saying that those who didn't "reach out" about loss would see the pain continue to go "round and round" within them.Therefore, it was within just minutes of the Queen's death that Jane wrote her emotional Instagram tribute to the woman who had made such a monumental mark on her career.More to follow....
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Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley slammed for 'creepy' Olivia Newton-John tribute
Richard Madeley has been slammed by viewers for making "creepy" comments about Oliver Newton John during his tribute to her yesterday (9 August.)The Good Morning Britain host fronted yesterdays edition of the programme with Charlotte Hawkins and the two spoke about Olivia Newton John's legacy after she passed away on Monday evening.They were joined by Olivia's close friend, Jane Seymour, who said she "changed the world".READ MORE: John Travolta leads celeb tributes to Olivia Newton-John following death aged 73The Bond Girl added: "She cared about everybody else and made a huge difference."Her legacy is extraordinary. Not just as a performer but as a friend and a champion of people who are dealing with cancer."Richard went on to say that he wished he had the opportunity to interview the star.He also spoke about an "iconic" poster of the Grease star.He said: ""There’s a picture we’re showing of her here, it was a very famous poster of her in the 1970s."She’s just looking at the camera, she’s backlit by sunshine, her hair’s down, she’s wearing a denim shirt."And I was saying earlier in the programme that poster was on the wall of a radio station I used to work in back in the 1970s and, I’m not exaggerating, it basically stopped traffic in the corridors."It was up there for months and even after months, the guys would just stop and look at it."And (they) just get lost in her beauty and I would have loved to have told her that."Viewers of the show have taken to Twitter to criticise him for his comments.One said: "Richard Madeley reducing ONJs achievements down to he and his colleagues letching over her "beauty" in a poster of her that was in his office space back in the day.
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Olivia Newton-John's pal Jane Seymour says star was ‘skeletal and frail’ in final years
ITV studios, Richard Madeley and Charlotte Hawkins welcomed viewers back to Good Morning Britain to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest stories on everyone’s lips was the devastating loss of the Grease starlet who sadly lost her lengthy battle with breast cancer at the age of 73.READ MORE: GMB's Richard Madeley gushes over Olivia Newton-John who 'used to stop traffic'As the tributes poured in for the late Hollywood star, the co-hosts welcomed the blonde bombshell’s closest pal onto the show to discuss what she was really like away from the cameras.During the emotional interview, Jane confessed that in her final years, the actress was in “a lot of pain” as she clung to life for her friends and family.She told viewers: “I saw quite a lot of her while she was ill and she was in a lot of pain and it was really tough to see, she was such a fighter.“No one imagined that she’d be able to keep going as long as she did but she used to say to me, ‘I’m a thriver not a survivor’.“She supported me in everything I ever did, she would only ask about my life and how were my kids and how life was going on.”The brunette beauty went on to confess how she expected her best friend to pass years before her death but the country singer continued to fight against her terminal issues.Jane continued: “Actually the interesting thing was, I thought she was going to pass many years ago, about two or three years ago.“I remember being with her and I just thought, ‘This is the last time I’m ever going to see her’.
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Jane Seymour shocks as she poses alongside lookalike sisters to mark incredible milestone
Jane Seymour has shared several photos of herself alongside her lookalike sisters, Annie and Sally – and fans could not have been more delighted with the rare family pictures.MORE: Jane Seymour channels her inner Bond girl with neon pink swimsuitTaking to her Instagram, the 71-year-old proudly showed off a photo showing her next to Sally, who celebrated her 70th birthday over the weekend, and Annie.WATCH: Jane Seymour celebrates the women in her lifeThe three sisters could be twins, as they share the same beautiful green eyes and gorgeous smile.READ: Jane Seymour showcases her ageless beauty as she bathes with elephants in ThailandRELATED: Jane Seymour, 71, makes unexpected fitness confession – exclusive"Celebrating my amazing sister Sally's 70th birthday! I'm so grateful to be able to be here in person to celebrate with the family. Please help me wish Sally a very happy birthday!" she pleaded with fans in the caption.Jane Seymour beamed as she posed alongside her two sistersTwo other photos showed the three sisters surrounded by family and friends at what looks like a big party to mark Sally's incredible milestone.Fans were quick to comment on the post, with one telling Middlesex-born Jane: "Happy birthday Sally! 'Sisters by birth, best friends by choice' all of you are beautiful! So glad you have this time together."Another remarked: "Beautiful pictures! Happy Birthday to your sister! You guys all look so much alike!" A third added: "Beauty is transmitted between sisters.