Jane Seymour Doubts She’ll Remarry After ‘Really Hard’ Divorce

Jane Seymour is seeing someone new, but she likely won’t be walking down the aisle any time soon — or ever.

The former “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman” actress recently told FOX411 that she’s content just dating in the wake of her divorce after more than two decades of marriage.

“I don’t know if I need to get married again,” she said. “There is someone in my life right now who I’m really enjoying. No one knows who it is, just a nice, normal, lovely person that I met actually about 34 years ago. A similar thing happened to him as me and we just found each other. For right now this is very good.”

The 62-year-old actress also admitted that splitting from now ex-husband James Keach in April 2013 has been “really, really, really hard.”

“It really has [but] James and I have found a way to have a new relationship, and move on so that’s what we’re doing,” Seymour said, adding that the pair will continue to work together at their Open Hearts Foundation.

“We look at the bigger picture,” she said. “My mom always said to me, ‘There are always people worse off than you so however much you feel you’re hurting or going through a tough time, keeping it inside yourself and holding on to it is not going to help you. If you can accept what has happened, however dire, open your heart and reach out to help someone else. You are able to heal.”

The former couple are also focusing on their twin sons, John and Kristopher. In an interview with HuffPost Live in December, Seymour said she and Keach will always be family for the sake of the boys.

“We realize the marriage may not be intact, but the family is intact and always will be,” she said. “We’ll always care for one another and care about one another. That doesn’t change.”

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