The Original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter Still Looks INCREDIBLE

She's starring in a quirky new campaign...

Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman
Superheroine Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman in the 70s TV show. Image Picture ABC

With all the attention surrounding Wonder Woman lately, we feel it necessary to check in on the lady who made the character an icon, Lynda Carter.

Lynda is starring in a brand new Mother’s Day ad campaign for Australian fashion label Peter Alexander. She looks incredible and better yet joining her in the photos is her equally gorgeous daughter Jessica Altman.

The photos are a play on her Wonder Woman persona, with Lynda executing her famous pose in some of the shots – but this time clad in a very comfy looking blue velvet robe, her tiny waist cinched with a gold belt.

Time to get gifting for Mum! #peteralexander #mothersday #wondermum @reallyndacarter

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Since Gal Gadot has reemerged in the recent blockbuster film as the iconic DC Comics character, attention has been redirected to Lynda for comparison, after all, she originated the role.

“I guess it’s part and parcel of being famous for a long time and it really still amazes me, to be honest, that people still recognise me from a show that was on so long,” she told news.com.au.

BTS and on set with this wonder-full Mum and daughter duo! #peteralexander #mothersday #wondermum

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Nevertheless, she’s put her Wonder Woman days behind her and is happy to let Gadot take the whip off her hands.

“I’m quite done with the suit, it can quite happily be worn be someone else now,” she added to news.com.au.

Instead, she’s focused on her current career which includes an album and a role in the upcoming sequel to the cult film Super Troopers.

We can’t wait to see this legend killing it on the big screen.

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Loaded staff writer Danielle De La Bastide has lived all over the planet and written for BuzzFeed, Thought Catalog as well as print publications throughout the Caribbean.