Jane Seymour finalises divorce from husband of 22 years

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Jane Seymour has finalised her divorce from James Keach after 22 years of marriage. The 64-year-old actress and her 68-year-old husband filed for divorce in 2013, but have now finally settled their finances and mutual assets, according to TMZ.

It is being reported that Jane gets both the couple's homes in Malibu and their property in England. In addition, she will also receive $132,000 in exchange for James receiving season tickets to the LA Dodgers. They are also splitting their collection of gold coins, estimated to be worth over $200,000, and also their membership at the exclusive Sherwood Country Club.

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Jane Seymour has finalised her divorce from husband of 22 years, James Keach



They will half any future profits from Jane's show Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman and the Johnny Cash biopic Walk The Line, which James produced.

Jane and James tied the knot in 1993, and together they had twin boys, John and Kristopher, who are now 20.

The British-American actress has been married four times; her first marriage to Michael Attenborough, son of Richard Attenborough, lasted from 1971 until 1973, and her second, to Geoffrey Planer from 1977 until 1978.

In 1981, she married David Flynn. They had two children together, Katherine, now 32, and Sean, 30, and were divorced in 1992.

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The 64-year-old actress has been married four times


Happily, Jane has found love again. The star is dating English producer and director David Green, 66 – more than three decades after they first met.

"We almost worked together 35 years ago and we saw each other socially once in a while over the years," Jane recently said. "We both realised we were single about a year and a half ago.

"We made a mutualy move on each other over lunch. It's nice to date another Brit in America – as we share the same sense of humour and culture and we have shared friends. His friend is married to my oldest friend, and we have a lot in common. It's very nice, so far so good."

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