Former Bond girl Ursula Andress is keen to avoid having her picture taken - because she fears she is almost unrecognisable from the beauty she once was in her youth.
The Swiss-born actress became part of movie history when she emerged from the sea in a skimpy white bikini in 1962's Dr. No, opposite Sean Connery.
But Andress, 72, is adamant she will never pose for a camera in broad daylight again, because she doesn't want to spoil people's memories of her.
The actress, who now suffers from brittle bone disease, says, "Forty-five years ago looking like that was easy, now it is hard. These days I prefer a little more darkness and to keep the old photos going."
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