Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter, 70, posts striking flashback

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Lynda Carter shared a stunning flashback image of herself from the 1970s where she had on a vest and a pair of wide-legged blue denim jeans.

The beauty, who played Wonder Woman on the small screen from 1975 until 1979, said she was ‘dusting off those bell bottom jeans’ after seeing Coachella fashion which seems to have a 1970s feel this year.

This comes a year after her husband of 37 years, businessman Robert Altman, died from complications caused by a medical procedure.

Favorite flashback: On Monday Lynda Carter shared a stunning flashback image of herself from the 1970s where she had on a vest and a pair of wide-legged blue denim jeans

Favorite flashback: On Monday Lynda Carter shared a stunning flashback image of herself from the 1970s where she had on a vest and a pair of wide-legged blue denim jeans

So Chella: The beauty said she was'dusting off those bell bottom jeans' after seeing Coachella fashion which has had a 1970s feel

So Chella: The beauty said she was ‘dusting off those bell bottom jeans’ after seeing Coachella fashion which has had a 1970s feel

In the new image Carter looks to be in her 20s as she sits in a pink-and-white wingback chair with her hands falling off the arm rests.

She has on a multi colored floral print vest that had its top button undone, showing off her décolletage.

The TV veteran – who has also appeared in the last Wonder Woman movie with Gal Gadot – finished off her boho chic outfit with dark beige worn-in leather boots. 

Her raven hair was parted to the side and worn in soft curls around her face as she stared at the camera with a sultry look.  

Denim darling: Kendall Jenner brought back an older look in her top and jeans

Denim darling: Kendall Jenner brought back an older look in her top and jeans

Halsey rocked a halter top and old jeans

Baggy boy look: Alessandra Ambrosio wore baggy jeans with a handkerchief top and light blue jacket

Copycaters: Halsey rocked a halter top and old jeans, and Alessandra Ambrosio wore baggy jeans with a handkerchief top and light blue jacket

It has been a difficult year for Lynda who lost her husband of 37 years, Robert Altman. He died of cancer in February 2021.

In October 2021 she expressed her fears of living without her partner.  ‘The next part of my life is I want to learn who I am. It’s totally frightening. I don’t know who I am without Robert,’ she told People.

The star admitted she’s still trying to come to terms with her husband’s death. She said: ‘It still gets me. I just can’t believe I’ve lost him.’ 

Lynda and Robert met in 1982 – when the actress in the process of divorcing her first husband, Ron Samuels – and the Hollywood star has confessed that their romance came when she was least expecting it. She recalled: ‘I was not prepared to meet anyone new. I was going to do it on my own.’

Her big show: The looker is best known for playing Wonder Woman on the small screen from 1975 until 1979

Her big show: The looker is best known for playing Wonder Woman on the small screen from 1975 until 1979 

Lynda conceded that their relationship faced a series of challenges over the years.

However, they always shared a strong sense of ‘love’ and ‘support.’ She said: ‘We’d been through ups and downs and ins and outs, and I’d never in my life felt the love and the support and the thrill of having a guy like this.’

Lynda has actually turned to music to help her cope with Robert’s passing. And the actress even released the song Human And Divine, a celebration of the couple’s love.

Lynda explained: ‘It was a real romance. I was really trying to define love and loss and make sure it was about the human-ness of love.’

They had a strong bond: She then said that their 37 years of marriage was'an extraordinary gift.' The lounge singer added:'We shared the passion I hope everyone is lucky enough to experience in their lifetime.' Seen in 1983

They had a strong bond: She then said that their 37 years of marriage was ‘an extraordinary gift.’ The lounge singer added: ‘We shared the passion I hope everyone is lucky enough to experience in their lifetime.’ Seen in 1983

Carter penned a heartfelt tribute to her late husband in February on what would have been his 74th birthday. 

In her Instagram post she shared a snap of herself gazing lovingly at Altman as they held hands. ‘Today brings back all the wonderful memories of our life together,’ she captioned the snap of them standing in front of a staircase together with red poinsettias behind them.  She continued: ‘I didn’t think it was possible to miss you more than I already do, but I feel your presence in my heart. Thinking of you on your birthday, my love ❤️,’ she wrote of her husband of 37 years.  

Carter first broke her silence on Altman’s passing, at age 73, one week after he died on February 3, 2021 over Instagram. 

The family: Seen with their kids James and Jessica in 2018 in New York City

The family: Seen with their kids James and Jessica in 2018 in New York City

‘We shared the passion I hope everyone is lucky enough to experience in their lifetime. We protected each other and were each other’s champions always,’ said the Wonder Woman: 1984 star as she shared a black and white photo of the two.

Robert died in Baltimore earlier in February, according to the Washington Post, which added the cause of death was complications from a medical procedure. 

Lynda and Robert wed in 1984 and welcomed two children together: Jessica, 27, and James, 33. 

Her note began, ‘One week ago, my beloved husband Robert A. Altman passed away. ‘Robert is the love of my life and he always will be,’ she added. She then said that their 37 years of marriage was ‘an extraordinary gift.’

The lounge singer added: ‘We shared the passion I hope everyone is lucky enough to experience in their lifetime. We protected each other and were each other’s champions always.’ 

There she is: And she also popped up at the end of the last Wonder Woman movie

There she is: And she also popped up at the end of the last Wonder Woman movie

Carter then talked about their kids. 

‘We have always been grateful for the two beautiful lives we created together: our children, Jessica and James.

‘They are the lights of my life, and were the greatest joy of Robert’s. I see so much of Robert in them, and I know he lives on through them,’ she added. 

‘Jessica, James, and I want to say thank you. We especially love hearing about the times you met Robert at concerts or through his work in the gaming world. He loved meeting you and hearing your stories.’ 

And she shared a special note for her late husband who was born in 1947: ‘You are the most honorable person that I have ever had the privilege to know. And I got to be your wife and the mother of your children. Thank you for giving me all the love in my life.’

Lynda finished with, ‘Nothing could prepare our family for this moment, but we will do our best to follow our dreams and honor the legacy you’ve left behind. I will love you always and forever.’   

New music: She has come out with the new song Human And Divine

New music: She has come out with the new song Human And Divine 

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