Lynda Carter Posts 'Wonder Woman' Throwback With A Quarantine Twist
Lynda Carter had some fun with her social media followers on Thursday! She posted a Wonder Woman throwback photo that puts a quarantine spin on an image from her old show. See her Twitter post here!
Lynda Carter has a new method for safe quarantine practice (of sorts)! On Thursday, she shared to her Twitter account an image from her days on Wonder Woman.
See the social distancing-friendly throwback below!
Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman throwback: Quarantine edition
Day 21 of quarantine. This oughta do the trick! pic.twitter.com/nA8yjipufm— Lynda Carter (@RealLyndaCarter) April 9, 2020
Carter captioned her post: "Day 21 of quarantine. This oughta do the trick!" The image shows Carter as "Wonder Woman" on the late 1970s television program, only she's trapped in a tube.
That would certainly be one way to avoid contact with others amid the COVID-19 pandemic - for their safety and your own. But the star has also regularly shared serious messages about the importance of social distancing.
Lynda Carter today at age 68
Carter famously played "Diana Prince" aka "Wonder Woman" on the Wonder Woman TV series from 1975 to 1979. In the decades since, she's continued to appear in film and television roles, including Hawkeye and Supergirl.
Unfortunately, Carter also had to postpone a tour she had scheduled for spring 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Stay safe everyone❤️ pic.twitter.com/w0X36b8iOP— Lynda Carter (@RealLyndaCarter) March 12, 2020
Carter sent well wishes and "virtual hugs" to everyone during the crisis. In the meantime, it seems that she may be revisiting her run on Wonder Woman while she's trapped indoors!
We look forward to any further posts she shares as she looks back on her days as the superhero.