Jane Seymour on Motherhood, Overcoming Challenges, and Keeping an Open Heart
Jane Seymour has always been inspired by her mother’s advice that love has no boundaries and flows unconditionally. Her mother’s influence has not only helped to guide Jane in raising her own six children while maintaining a career as a successful actress, it also inspired the Open Hearts philosophy. The philosophy reflects the belief that if you keep your heart open love will always find its way in, and is commemorated in the popular jewelry collection at Kay Jewelers. Jane shares how her mother continues to provide a source of strength and how she believes the role of a mom today is more unique than ever.
The Open Hearts Foundation Gala honored three incredible individuals for their stories of overcoming adversity to make a true difference in the world.
This segment is provided by Kay Jewelers
For more information visit www.openheartsfoundation.org
About Jane Seymour: Actress, artist, and mother of six Jane Seymour is a multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winner, known for her roles in Live and Let Die, Somewhere in Time, East of Eden, and the acclaimed television drama Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Her love of art has led her to great success as a painter in watercolors and oils. In 2008, Jane partnered with Kay Jewelers to design a special jewelry collection called “Open Hearts by Jane Seymour.” In 2010, Jane launched the Open Hearts Foundation, which works to empower people to turn their personal adversity into opportunities to help others, and is also involved in numerous philanthropic causes including Childhelp, American Red Cross, and City Hearts.