Sue Vanner is famous for her role in James Bond's The Spy Who Loved Me
The actress was quite the bombshell when she got naked with 007 under a sheepskin throw in the 1977 movie, but she has kept a relatively low profile ever since.
However, Sue was pictured with her husband Warren Todd at London's 34 Restaurant last night and the pair looked as if they were having a great night out.
Despite four decades having passed since she starred in the blockbuster, the beauty looked as youthful as ever with her trademark red tresses.
Wrapped up in a black furry coat, the film star looked stunning in towering lace-up heels as well as statement red earrings.
The Spy Who Loved Me saw Sue Vanner cavort with Roger Moore
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Sue and the property developer, who is 16 years her junior, had been dining with his father Ken Todd and his step-mother and reality star, Lisa Vanderpump.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills regular previously opened about her step-son's relationship, following her marriage to Ken back in 1982.
She said: "When Warren first met Sue, the 16-year age difference, the secrecy that had transpired, was not something we supported.
Sue Vanner still looks as youthful as ever
Sue Vanner with her husband Warren Todd
"It took a while, a few years, that with hindsight was a complete waste of emotion. And now 26 years and a lovely grandson for Ken later, we would have to admit we were wrong."
Since her days as a Bond Girl or "Log Cabin Girl" as she is listed on IMDb, Sue went on to star in a number of television shows, including A Man Called Intrepid, Minder, Triangle and Tales Of The Unexpected.
While her acting roles seemingly dry up in 1985, the mother-of-one did secure a number of other film roles beforehand including Return to Waterloo and Count Dracula.