Jaclyn Smith Hugs Daughter and Granddaughter in a New Photo and They Look so Alike
The former “Charlie’s Angels” posted a new photo of herself with her daughter Spencer Margaret Richmond and granddaughter Bea. The trio looked adorable together!
Jaclyn Smith cozied up with her daughter and granddaughter for a click.
The picture features the beautiful girls all huddled up together in an embrace, but little Bea’s angelic smile is what stole the show.
“I absolutely love spending time with my girls!!” the proud matriarch wrote.
Eagle-eyed fans took to the comments section to say how similar the ladies looked.
“Three generation of angels. Luv u Ms Jaclyn,” one fan wrote.
Another fan chimed in: “Such a beautiful photo. JACLYN’S ANGELS.”
A third fan added: “ Wow, they all look alike.”
JACLYN IS A DOTING GRANDMA
In an interview with People, Smith revealed how she could not wait to be a grandma before her first grandchild came into this world.
“The love that you have for your children, it’s like ‘Oh my God. But this is even bigger — there are no words.I was thrilled to become a grandma.”
Initially, the actress was overprotective when it came to her grandchildren but things are different now since she has learned to take notes from Margaret.
As opposed to how her mother was, Margaret is more laid-back as a parent.
“Last night we were playing with Bea and water got all over the sleeve of the pajamas and I go, ‘Oh that’s horrible!’ and Spencer Margaret said, ‘Mom, that’s gonna dry. She’s enjoying herself.’ She’s a free spirit, and that’s good,” Smith said.
JACLYN ON “CHARLIE’S ANGELS” COSTAR FARRAH FAWCETT’S DEATH
The “Charlie's Angels” alum recently opened up about how her late co-star Farrah Fawcett cried when she opened up about her health.
“She said, ‘I always thought I might get breast cancer or heart disease but never this’ and she started to cry,” Smith explained. “I never saw her cry after that.”
The duo were more like good friends rather than co-stars.
“It was like a college dorm, eating in our trailers together. Sometimes we’d shop on weekends for what we were going to wear. We were not just actresses working, but girlfriends and it remained that way for 40 years.”
Farrah passed away on June 25, 2009 due to anal cancer.