At 60, the mum-of-two has maintained a cracking figure women half her age would be proud of.
Last night she poured her incredible curves into a navy floor-length dress to attend the 34th Kennedy Center Honors Presentation in Washington.
The tight-fitting frock accentuated the actress' gravity-defying bum and cleavage and tiny waist.
Tumbling Kate Middleton-esque curls and glossy skin completed the stunning look.
Lynda shot to fame in the 1970s at 24 when she won the role of Wonder Woman in the hit TV show, adapted from the classic DC Comics series.
Her red and blue skin-tight leotard left little to the imagination and went on to become one of the most iconic images of the decade.
Earlier this year a small screen remake of Wonder Woman was shelved after producers failed to land a TV deal.
Actresses including Jessice Biel and Christina Hendricks were in the frame to be cast in the leading role.