Lynda Carter struck her famous Wonder Woman pose on Sunday while attending the Heroes: All-Star Tribute on Sunday in .
The 70-year-old actress stood with her hands on her waist and legs in a wide stance upon arrival at the American Museum Of Natural History for the 15th annual event.
Lynda looked lovely in a crisp white suit along with a black sweater and completed her outfit with shiny black boots.
Heroes event: Lynda Carter attended the 15th annual CNN Heroes: All-Star Tribute on Sunday at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City
She had her dark hair down around her shoulders in soft curls and accentuated her natural beauty with smoky eye makeup and glossy lipstick.
Lynda accessorized with sparkling earrings, rings and a bracelet.
The Arizona native portrayed Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman on television for Боруто манга читать three seasons from 1976 to 1979.
The so-called Wonder Woman Pose has become a well-known power pose that can be used to increase confidence in people, according to a popular .
Power pose: The 70-year-old actress stood with her hands on her waist and legs in a wide stance upon arrival at the event
Lynda confirmed in October that she would return as Amazon warrior Asteria for Wonder Woman 3.
She made a cameo as ‘The Golden Warrior’ during the Wonder Woman 1984 post-credits scene where she rescued a baby from a falling pole.
The third film in the franchise was greenlit in December 2020 and will be set in the present.
Looking lovely: Lynda looked lovely in a crisp white suit along with a black sweater and completed her outfit with shiny black boots
Lynda revealed last month that she’s still overwhelmed by grief following her husband Robert A. Altman’s sudden death in February 2021 at age 73.
She opened up on The Tamron Hall Show that she cries ‘three times a day’ for her late love, who died from complications of a medical procedure at age 73.
The veteran actress also said she found solace in watching David Bowie’s widow Iman, 66, come to terms with her grief after the music legend died in early 2016.
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Lynda said coping publicly with her own sudden loss might help people who had to say goodbye to their loved ones with little notice due to COVID-19.
‘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 continued.
‘And I cry probably three times a day,’ she added. ‘In the morning and at various times when I think of him. And as I say, Iman gives me hope, that all these memories will be ones that don’t cause me to cry,’ she said.