Lynda Carter, 72, and look-alike daughter Jessica Altman, 33, take Paris Fashion Week by storm


Lynda Carter and her look-alike daughter, Jessica Altman, posed together at the Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture spring/summer 2024 show during Paris Fashion Week Wednesday.

The “Wonder Woman” actress, 72, stunned in a colorful, patterned shawl over a black pantsuit.

She completed the look with a pair of black stilettos and had her hair slicked back into a low bun.

Meanwhile Altman, 33, wore a white turtleneck with cut-outs throughout, which she paired with black parachute pants and a metallic red belt.

Lynda Carter and her daughter, Jessica Altman, stunned during Paris Fashion Week. WireImage
The mother-daughter duo attended the posed together at the Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2024 show on Wednesday. WireImage
The “Wonder Woman” actress stunned in a colorful, patterned shawl over a black pantsuit. WireImage

The “Pieces” singer also rocked a pair of black heels and a bold red lip while her brown tresses flowed down her shoulders in loose curls.

Fans gushed over how closely the mother-daughter duo resembled each other.

“Your Daughter looks just like you,” wrote one fan under Carter’s Instagram post.

This isn’t the first time that Altman and Carter have taken the red carpet by storm together. Getty Images

“Your daughter could be DC’s new Wonder Woman!!!! 🙏,” added another.

“Like Mother like daughter ,both gorgeous !!!” said a third user.

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Carter originally starred in “Wonder Woman” from 1975 to 1979. Getty Images

“@reallyndacarter your daughter looks just like you and is a great singer like her mom. 2 beautiful women,” commented a fourth person.

Carter previously revealed that she has been able to keep her youthful look without getting any plastic surgery.

“I’m just too afraid of looking different,” she admitted to Closer Weekly in 2018. “I don’t think I’m ever going to go under the knife — I am what I am!”

The mom of two previously said that she would never go under the knife. Getty Images

Although the former Miss World USA 1972 confessed that she’s had “a little Botox,” she said she believes true beauty comes from within.

“We are still full-blooded women with the complexities we all have and the powerful inner selves we all have,” she said

“That’s the part of ‘Wonder Woman’ that resounds in people — it’s that person inside of us who is so powerful that we create life. As I like to say, we are the mothers of all mankind!”