Jane Seymour, 73, blasts ageism: There’s no ‘sell-by date for women’

Age is just a number for Jane Seymour.

“Life does go on, and I don’t think there is a sell-by date for women unless they choose it,” the actress, 73, told Page Six exclusively Tuesday at the premiere of “Irish Wish” in New York City.

Seymour added that she has no desire to turn back the clock.

“A lot of people say, ‘Don’t you wish you were younger?’ and, in a funny way, no because I’ve had so much experience, and I’ve had such a rich life and made so many friends and so many extraordinary experiences,” she said. “My life is very full now, and hopefully I’m wiser.”

Jane Seymour doesn’t believe there is a “sell-by date for women.” Getty Images for Netflix
The actress, 73, told Page Six she doesn’t wish she was younger. Jen Lowery / SplashNews.com

Part of that “full” life is the “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” star’s relationship with her boyfriend, John Zambetti.

Earlier this year, Seymour shared that she is having the best sex of her life with the musician.

“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 an essay for Cosmopolitan’s “Sex After 60” digital issue.

Seymour is currently dating John Zambetti. Jen Lowery / SplashNews.com
She recently shared that they have “wonderful and passionate” sex. janeseymour/Instagram

“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.”

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The former Bond girl, who has four children, has been married four times.

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

Seymour starred in the popular TV series “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.” ©CBS/Courtesy Everett Collection
She delighted audiences with a comedic turn in “Wedding Crashers.” ©New Line Cinema/Courtesy Everett Collection

The “Wedding Crashers” star also acknowledged that she has lived through #MeToo times before that was even a term.

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Several years ago, Seymour shared that a “major” producer asked her to visit his home in 1972 to screen test for a role and then allegedly harassed her.

After rebuffing his aggressive advances, he allegedly threatened her.

Seymour has four children, including one daughter. WireImage
She also has twin sons from her marriage to James Keach. Getty Images

“‘If anyone knows you ever came here, if you ever tell anyone, ever, I’ll guarantee you never work again anywhere on the planet,’” she recalled him saying. “And he had that power. I got in the cab and cried, terrified.”

The incident led Seymour to briefly quit acting and move back to the UK.

“Women have put up with a lot, and I think they still do,” she told Page Six.

Seymour plays Lindsay Lohan’s mom in “Irish Wish.” Getty Images for Netflix
The actress told Page Six she was only on set for two days of filming. Netflix

“I’ve recently done a campaign about women being unseen and unheard, and it’s true, especially when I talk to women who have gone to doctor’s offices and places like that. Women need to be encouraged to stand up for themselves, especially my generation; that wasn’t the case back then.”

Now, Seymour is acting again, most recently appearing in “Irish Wish” as Lindsay Lohan’s mother.

“I was only on the movie [set] for two days, but I had a blast,” she enthused to us. “When you watch the movie, I’m in it quite a lot, but we shot the whole thing in two days. I keep bopping up!”