Former Bond girl Ursula Andress was stunned to be diagnosed with bone disease osteoporosis because she is so fit and healthy.
The actress was the first ever sexy sidekick for the spy when she played Honey Ryder in 1962's Dr No, and she continues to exercise despite being aged 72.
Andress says, "I was sure osteoporosis wasn't for me, a former Bond girl who travelled, swam, walked miles and miles every day and has a beautiful garden to keep.
"I can't bear the thought of just doing nothing, or even worse, being stuck in bed."
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