Lynda Carter asserts that she has not undergone any form of cosmetic surgery, despite the fact that she is 71 years old. “I’m just too afraid of looking different,” the woman who formerly portrayed Wonder Woman on television recently told Closer Weekly at the God’s Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards in New York City.
“I am not going to get surgery because I am happy with the way that I look.” The actress freely admits to having had “a little Botox” done, but she gives credit to riding a Peloton bike for keeping her fitness level up. However, she is of the opinion that one’s inner self is where true beauty may be found, regardless of their age.
“We are still full-blooded women with our complexity and our powerful inner identities,” the mother of two children remarked. “We are still women.” “That is the aspect of Wonder Woman that resonates with people; that person who resides within each of us who is so powerful that we are the source of life.” To paraphrase one of my favorite sayings, “We are the mothers of all mankind!”
Between the years 1975 and 1979, Lynda portrayed the title role in the television series Wonder Woman, and during that period, she gained a lot of insight about the power that women possess. “Wonder Woman taught women to be themselves,” Lynda had stated in the past.
“I’ve received messages from people telling me how much she inspired them because she represents an inner power that is inherent in every woman,” said one of the people who wrote to me.
If you watched Wonder Woman when you were a kid, please forward this to your buddy; they might like it.