Lynda Carter shared a very alluring flashback photo to Twitter on Tuesday morning.
The TV and movie star was seen lounging on a cobalt sofa in the early 1980s.
The star, who was one of the best looking TV actors of the 1970s with her hit series Wonder Woman, had on a Halloween orange plunging dress that was pulled up to make the most of her toned legs.
One had was resting on her head as she shot her best come hither look to the camera.
In her caption she had some good fun, ‘Just found this blue couch on the sidewalk.’
Drop dead gorgeous: Lynda Carter shared a very alluring flashback photo to Twitter on Tuesday. The TV and movie star was seen lounging on a sofa in the early 1980s
Hilarious: In her caption she had some good fun, ‘Just found this blue couch on the sidewalk’
Big break: Miss Carter was crowned Miss USA in 1972 but had just $25 in the bank when she landed the part of Wonder Woman in 1975. She continued in the TV role until 1979
Last week Lynda reminded her followers she was a top knockout of her day when she shared a pinup swimsuit photo.
The image looked to be taken in the 1980s as she showed off her long and lean frame in a black one-piece bathing suit with her raven hair worn down past her shoulders.
The star, who appeared in the last Wonder Woman film with Gal Gadot, was posing while in water.
‘Happy swimsuit season ☀️,’ was all the beauty – who shared a humorous note on Star Wars Day last week – wrote in her caption.
She first appeared on our screens as Wonder Woman almost five decades ago.
Miss Carter was crowned Miss USA in 1972 but had just $25 in the bank when she landed the part of Wonder Woman in 1975. She continued in the TV role until 1979.
The actress also appeared in the last Wonder Woman big screen outing in 2020 with Gal Gadot in the title role.
The next year, Miss Carter suffered heartbreak when her husband of 37 years, businessman Robert Altman, died from complications after a medical procedure.
The actress, who has children James, 34, and Jessica, 31, told how she cried ‘three times a day’ as she struggled to cope.
‘I feel that I need to pick myself up and dust myself off, and put one foot in front of the other and be as courageous as I can be, even when I don’t feel like it, to get past grief,’ she has said previously.
Her mini me daughter has been busy.
A 10: Last week the beauty shared a pinup swimsuit photo to Instagram
A true wonder: She first appeared on our screens as Wonder Woman almost five decades ago
Jessica Carter Altman has been releasing new music.
The crooner has described the album as contemporary pop as well as folk pop.
Many of the new tunes touch on the heartbreaking loss of her businessman father Robert A Altman who died unexpectedly in 2021.
Lynda and Robert wed in 1984.
Lynda and Jessica have worked together in the past.
In 2020 they talked to Access Daily’s Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover.
The beautiful brunettes were glowing as they opened up about their close bond, with Jessica calling her mom ‘even more wonderful’ than her superhero alter-ego.
Twice as nice: Lynda and her daughter Jessica have worked together in the past. In 2020 they talked to Access Daily’s Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover. Seen in 2017
Bonded to her dad: Many of the new tunes touch on the heartbreaking loss of her businessman father Robert A Altman who died unexpectedly in 2021
‘She embodies the character every single day,’ lawyer/singer Jessica told Access.
‘I think every person believes and sees the character as a strong woman figure in their lives.
‘Their moms, their girlfriends, their grandmothers, their aunts, their sisters,’ she continued about the comic character.
Lavishing her mom in praise, Jessica went on: ‘I just feel really lucky that my mom is even more wonderful than the character.’
‘She taught me how to be strong, she taught me how to be brave and she taught me that I could do whatever it is that I want to do, and that I didn’t have to fit anyone else’s ideal,’ she went on. ‘I just had to be myself.’
Lynda – who also has son James with late ZeniMax Media CEO Robert Altman – explained why Wonder Woman’s legacy has been so empowering, calling the DC legend ‘iconic for her heart and her intellect and her strength and beauty.’
Not only did Jessica take after her mom’s kindness, but she also developed her own love of entertaining; she has already released her EP of songs called No Rules.
And it was mom who actually got her daughter involved in music.
‘It started off as a family affair,’ Jessica told Mario and Kit. ‘My brother had performed with my mom at the Kennedy Center and my mom when I was in law school asked me if I would consider performing with her, not really realizing how nerve wracking it would be until I actually walked on stage.’
That first gig lead to many more, something with Carter Altman feels blessed for.
‘It’s been such a fun experience to not only for the first time be able to work in that professional way, not just to see the final project but the watch her work,’ Jessica explained. ‘To be on stage and to share those really special moments together.’
Lynda looked back on her own time singing, calling her duets with music big shots like Kenny Rogers and Ray Charles ‘a dream come true,’ while adding that making music with her kids even ‘tops that.’