Lady Victoria Hervey enjoys her very own Bond moment as she wades through the surf

Lady Victoria Hervey enjoys her very own Bond moment as she wades through the surf

No, Ms. Hervey, I expect you to fry! Bikini clad Lady Victoria enjoys her very own Bond moment as she wades through the surf on a beach day in scorching Malibu

Lady Victoria Hervey enjoyed her very own James Bond moment on Friday as she relaxed on the Malibu shore with her dog D’Artagnan.

The British socialite conjured up vague images of film veteran Ursula Andress, who appeared in this much-recreated scene from the film Dr. No wades during their final performance in the popular Southern California Caribbean suburb of 1962.

With temperatures rising, Lady Victoria, 45, showed off her tanned body in a gold bikini as she paddled in the Pacific surf before returning to the beach where her trusty dog ​​was waiting.

The name is Hervey: Lady Victoria enjoyed her very own James Bond moment on Friday as she relaxed on the Malibu shore

The socialite, who has made a home for herself in the United States, smiled as she tended to D’Artagnan, who appeared unwilling to follow his owner into the water.

Lady Victoria is making the most of the eased COVID restrictions in the US after previously admitting she rarely wears protective face coverings.

Last year, the Miami resident told the Chron: “I won’t lie, I never wear a mask, adding that she ‘storms out’ of any stores that ask her to put one on.

Iconic: The British socialite conjured up vague images of screen veteran Ursula Andress starring in this much-reproduced scene from the film Dr.  No from 1962 (pictured) wading out of the Caribbean

Iconic: The British socialite conjured up vague images of screen veteran Ursula Andress starring in this much-reproduced scene from the film Dr. No from 1962 (pictured) wading out of the Caribbean

Looking good: In a distinctive gold bikini, Lady Victoria showed off her tanned body as she walked dog D'Artagnan on Malibu beach

Looking good: In a distinctive gold bikini, Lady Victoria showed off her tanned body as she walked dog D’Artagnan on Malibu beach

Despite this, she began supplying PPE early in the pandemic but insisted she was not a hypocrite.

“I did a little bit of a spin,” she said. “But no, it doesn’t! I sold it to hospitals, not to people who walk their dogs or shop.”

When asked if she would ever take the Covid vaccine, she added: “No way! It’s a personal thing and my mother had hers, but at my age I really believe in natural immunity.’

In good spirits: The socialite, who has made a home for herself in the United States, smiled as she tended to D'Artagnan, who appeared unwilling to follow his owner into the water

In good spirits: The socialite, who has made a home for herself in the United States, smiled as she tended to D’Artagnan, who appeared unwilling to follow his owner into the water

The good life: Lady Victoria has made a home for herself in the United States after relocating from her native London

The good life: Lady Victoria has made a home for herself in the United States after relocating from her native London

She admitted that Project Baby pregnancy magazine had influenced her thinking too – as she has a potential sperm donor/dad in line should she decide to start a family.

Six of her eggs were frozen and stored for £11,000 three years ago and she has spent the time thereafter looking for a donor.

“I had a friend who was going to be my sperm donor. He would be involved in my child’s life, but as a friend, not a partner,” she explained.

“And I should be pregnant now. But then Covid happened which was a big blow but looking back I’m really grateful I didn’t do it with that person. He just wasn’t right.’

Back to normal: The socialite is making the most of the eased COVID restrictions across the US after previously admitting she rarely wears protective face coverings

Back to normal: The socialite is making the most of the eased COVID restrictions across the US after previously admitting she rarely wears protective face coverings