On Tuesday night he enjoyed a rare evening at a public event - the US Open Tennis Championships where he saw Roger Federer beat American teen Frances Tiafoe.
And on Wednesday Sir Sean Connery was spotted visiting the same spa in New York City where he had spent some two hours the previous day.
The dapper 87-year-old, who stood ram-rod straight, was again accompanied by his care assistant who helped him walk from his car to the spa.
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Helping hand: On Wednesday, Sir Sean Connery made a second visit to the New York spa where he was treated for two hours the previous day, with an assistant who helped him walk
The Scottish actor, best known as the first James Bond in 1962's Dr. No, looked smart in a white shirt and blue pants, with a blue sweater tied around his neck and black shoes with red laces.
Proud of his heritage he also wore the distinctive green tartan flat cap he donned the day before.
A bit unsteady on his feet: The 87-year-old's assistant was barely visible behind thetall star as the driver of his car helped him to