Lynda Carter of 'Wonder Woman' Fame Reveals Tour with Daughter Jessica Carter Altman Has Been Postponed

Lynda Carter, who played "Wonder Woman" in the series with the same name, announced that she might have to cancel her tour via an Instagram post featuring the actress and her musician daughter, Jessica Carter.

The ongoing scare caused by the Coronavirus is affecting both fans and celebrities. With recommendations from agencies, however, many are taking the necessary precautions to curb the spread of the pandemic disease.

Lynda Carter attends God's Love We Deliver, Golden Heart Awards at Spring Studios on October 16, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

Lynda Carter attends God's Love We Deliver, Golden Heart Awards at Spring Studios on October 16, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

Apart from maintaining healthy hygiene, self-quarantine which leaves many homebound with their family is another prevention process. Lynda has announced to her fans that her scheduled tour may have to wait while she went on to gush about her "baby girl."

Her upload featured her and her daughter twinning in matching colored outfits. The first saw the duo together, while the next two images showed each of them doing their own thing, as they struck different poses. The actress wrote:

"I always have to remind myself that my baby girl is hardly a baby anymore! Our tour may be postponed for now, but I wanted to share some photos..."

The doting mother also reminded her fans to go on the music app, "Spotify" to download her daughter's new song. Reactions from online users showed that they still had a lot of admiration for the 68-year-old Hollywood star.

Family and fans are not the only ones who have Lynda's attention.

Both mother and daughter never fail to spend time with each other, even without the restrictions as a result of the global health crises.

Jessica is seen wherever her mom is. The pair attended The Paley Awards in 2017, looking like sisters, and has continued to attend other functions without getting unnoticed.

"Wonder Woman" is as good a singer as she is an actress. Her tour was supposed to feature her singer daughter, Jesica. They were set to perform different songs together, but with the cancelation, she revealed that she is as disappointed as her fans. According to her website:

"I'm upset that I won't get to see your beautiful faces smiling along with me in the next couple of months. Performing for you is one of my greatest joys and privileges."

At the end of her note, the singer left some words of advice for her fans by urging them to her healthy hygiene. Family and fans are not the only ones who have Lynda's love.

Another who does is her co-star, late Lyle Waggoner, who played Colonel Steve Trevor in the tv series "Wonder Woman." After his death, she posted a tribute in his memory, talking about the experiences they shared and how much she misses him.

Lynda may play a superhero on the big screens, but her loving heart towards her daughter, fans, and friend, makes her a real-life hero!

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