Lynda Carter put her greatest foot ahead.
On Friday the “Surprise Lady” star appeared on the crimson carpet barefoot on the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ladies of Management Award ceremony on the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Carter, 70, regarded glamorous in a sequin costume with a slit up one leg, sans the same old heels.
She was there to assist pal designer Diane von Furstenberg, who was honored with the Feminist Award on the ceremony. The award was established by the late Supreme Court docket affiliate justice, in addition to Chairman of the Dwight D. Opperman Basis, Julie Opperman.
Carter could also be following a style development began by Selena Gomez.
On the latest 2022 SAG Awards, the “Spring Breakers” star sauntered on stage barefoot to current an award alongside Martin Quick. The actress, 29, had worn black heels on the crimson carpet however ditched them after she tripped and fell to her knees in entrance of photographers.
In the meantime, Carter continues to be mourning the lack of her husband, Robert Altman who died in 2021 on the age of 73.
“It’s been one yr since I stated goodbye to my husband, Robert A. Altman,” she wrote alongside a photo of the two of them last month. “There are years that really feel simply too quick, after which there are years that appear to go on eternally. This yr with out Robert has felt like a decade. Every day, I’ve needed to learn to dwell my life and perceive who I’m with out him.
“I get up and try to create issues that deliver others pleasure, as a result of that’s precisely what my husband did each single day,” she went on. “Extra importantly, Robert at all times cared so deeply for the folks round him. Whether or not he was your husband, father, son, brother, or just a buddy, he was one of the best you might ask for. Robert lived life to the fullest and made a powerful affect, and he’ll proceed to be cherished and remembered. I’m only a breath away from you, Robert. I’ll at all times be in love with you.”
Carter and Altman married in 1984 and had two kids.