Judi Dench Confesses to Enjoy Swimming Naked in Her Pool

When appearing on ‘That’s After Life’ podcast, the ‘Quantum of Solace’ actress also recalls the passionate scene she shared with Jeremy Irons for ‘Langrishe Go Down’.

AceShowbiz -Dame Judi Dench loves swimming naked. The 86-year-old actress has admitted the feeling of taking her clothes off is “heavenly,” and she loves taking a dip in the nude.

“I do that because we are lucky as we have a pool and you can quite happily do it sometimes if somebody isn’t going to come around suddenly,” she told the “That’s After Life” podcast. “I don’t want to be caught at it.”

And she once took her love for swimming naked to television for the BBC film “Langrishe Go Down”. “[It was] in a passionate scene with Jeremy Irons, where she puts cream on her nipples and he licks it off, and after we did the scene, we came out and it was teatime and the caterers had made meringues,” she spilled. “That was very, very nice for us.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Judi also looked back on filming her last James Bond movie in Scotland. The actress playing M in eight 007 films recalled, “I cried because we were told we were going to Scotland for three weeks. We went one morning, we filmed, and we were back on the 7:30 plane that night.”

Asked if she found Bond films headlined by Daniel Craig “gloomy,” the “Quantum of Solace” actress acknowledged, “The script isn’t so funny, I know, I agree.”

Acting aside, Judi has been dealing with deteriorating eyesight. During an online event for London sight loss charity Vision Foundation, she admitted, “You find a way of just getting about and getting over the things that you find very difficult.”

On how she learned lines for new projects with such condition, Judi spilled, “I’ve had to find another way of learning lines and things, which is having great friends of mine repeat them to me over and over and over again. So I have to learn through repetition, and I just hope that people won’t notice too much if all the lines are completely hopeless!”

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