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Bond Babe Ursula Andress Diagnosed With Osteoporosis

by Tanya Thomas on October 17, 2008 at 10:33 AM

Fitness-freak and former 007 arm-candy, Swiss actress Ursula Andress, was taken aback when she came to know that she has the bone disease osteoporosis. This, in spite of a rigorous fitness regime!

The former Bond babe had been the sexy sidekick of agent 007 in Dr No, in which she played the role of Honey Ryder in 1962.


Andress has revealed that she still continues to exercise even though she has reached the age of 72, and that she never expected to get the disease.

"I was sure osteoporosis wasn't for me, a former Bond girl who traveled, swam, walked miles and miles every day and has a beautiful garden to keep," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.

"I can't bear the thought of just doing nothing, or even worse, being stuck in bed," she added.

Source: ANI
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