Sad news about the “Wonder Woman” star Lynda Carter

Lynda Carter has taken to social media to share a touching obituary for her late husband, Robert A. Altman, who she had been married to for the past 37 years.

A week after Robert’s demise, the 1980s Wonder Woman star has spoken out about the loss of her husband, who was 73 years old at the time of his death.

In 1984, the now 69-year-old actress wed Robert, and the couple went on to have two children together: Jessica and James. The actress is known as a TV icon because of her portrayal of a female superhero.

Lynda posted a few black and white images of the couple when they were in the early stages of their courtship along with a memorial as she said how devastated she was that the “love of my life” was no longer with her.

Lynda published the following message on Instagram: “One week ago today, my much-loved husband Robert A. Altman passed away.”

“Robert has been and will continue to be the one true love of my life.”

Lynda proceeded by saying, “Our 37 years of marriage were an incredible gift to each other.” We shared the passion that I want everyone should have the opportunity to experience at some point in their lives.

We were each other’s champions at all times and constantly looked out for each other’s safety.

Lynda, who was a contestant for the title of Miss World USA in the past, stated that their children were the “biggest joy of Robert’s [life].”

She went on to say, “I know he continues to live on through them because I see so much of Robert in them.”

In a letter that she also addressed to her audience, Lynda said, “Jessica, James, and I would want to say thank you. The stories you tell us about the times you’ve run into Robert at concerts or through his employment in the game industry are some of our favorites to hear. He thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you and listening to your tales.

Robert served as the Chief Executive Officer of the video game firm ZeniMax, and it is yet unknown what caused his death.

According to remarks made by James, the deceased’s son, his demise came much too soon.

After that, Lynda continued to praise Robert by saying, “You are the most respectable person that I have ever had the chance to know.”

“And I was given the opportunity to become your wife and the mother of your children. I am so grateful that you have filled my life with so much love.

“Nothing could have prepared our family for this moment, but we will try our best to honor the legacy you’ve left behind and follow our ambitions. Thank you for everything you’ve done.” I promise that I shall love you always and without end.”