Actress Jane Seymour and director James Keach are headed for a divorce after 20 years together.
A rep told People the longtime couple "confirm that they are separated and have been for several months. At this time they are negotiating the terms of their divorce."
Seymour, 62, and Keach, 65, tied the knot in 1993 and have 17-year-old twin sons together.
Seymour was married three times before walking down the aisle with Keach. The former "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" star has two adult children with ex-husband David Flynn. This was Keach's third marriage.
"They will continue their relationship as devoted parents to their children, as business associates and partners, and in their joint dedication to preserving and furthering the charitable endeavors that they've worked on throughout their marriage," the statement said.
Seymour rose to fame in 1973, starring as Bond girl Solitaire in "Live and Let Die." More recently, she appeared as a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars" and made appearances on "How I Met Your Mother," "Franklin & Bash" and "Ben and Kate."