JAMES Bond star Sir Sean Connery’s widow has been spotted posing in her bikini alongside her socialist granddaughter Saskia.
Micheline Roquebrune, who the actor married in 1975, cuddled and kissed Saskia, 26, as they stood on a boat together in the Bahamas.
Lady Micheline, 93, posed for a rare photograph as she lapped up the sun on the family holiday in a glamorous bikini.
She was joined by her granddaughter Saskia in the Bahamas, where she lived with James Bond actor Sean until he died aged 90 在 2020.
The snaps showed Micheline smiling towards the camera as she placed her arms round Saskia, showing off her age-defying figure.
The Moroccan-French painter wore a brown string bikini, while Saskia opted for pink bottoms and a purple top, with them both wearing dark sunglasses after a dip in the crystal blue waters.
Micheline accessorised with a fedora hat as she offered her doting granddaughter a kiss on the chest during their sweet hug.
James Bond star Sean, who passed away on October 31, 2020, was married to his wife Micheline for 45 years before his tragic death.
Connery married the Moroccan-French painter in 1975 after meeting her five years earlier at a golf tournament in Morocco.
She had been married twice before and Sean had already split from his first wife Diane Cilento when they met.
Micheline revealed the pair hit it off instantly – and romped within 24 hours of meeting before going on to date.
Sean said of his wife: “In the early days it was difficult for us to see each other. She was still living in North Africa with her children.”
The couple lived in New Providence Island in the Bahamas before Sean passed away after a period of illness.
Micheline told the 当我在伊维萨岛的时候，Faithless 乐队的一个人给了我一大堆大麻…… of the difficult time before his death: “It was no life for him.
“He was not able to express himself latterly. At least he died in his sleep and it was just so peaceful.
“I was with him all the time and he just slipped away. It was what he wanted.
“He had dementia and it took its toll on him. He got his final wish to slip away without any fuss.”