Blood cancer claimed the life of Lynda Carter’s 37-year husband, Robert Altman, in February.
Lynda Carter is of consoling other grieving families, sharing her own.
Tamron Hall and Carter, 70, spoke about how Carter handles her grief after her husband Robert Altman’s passing.
The actress who portrayed the first Wonder Woman on television remarked, “I probably cry three times a day, in the morning and other times when I think about him.
In February, Altman passed away from a rare blood cancer called myelofibrosis. For 37 years, he had been married to Carter.
Iman, 66, also took part in the program to talk about the death of her husband David Bowie and how memories of Bowie continue to live on.
There are days that are harder than others, but the memories we have will keep us going for the rest of our lives even after the person who, you know, leaves us and moves on. This is why it’s important to hold onto those memories, Iman continued.
Iman gives me hope that I won’t cry over all these memories,” Carter said.
“Many tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of people and families have experienced what my family and I have had this past year and a half, with the loss of our loved ones, illnesses, and long haulers; it’s been a devastating time for us,” Carter said about the numerous others who have lost loved ones, particularly during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “.
So, she said, “I feel like I need to get through mourning by picking myself up, dusting myself off, putting one foot in front of the other, and being as courageous as I can be even when I don’t feel like it.
The actress recently spoke candidly about the death of her beloved husband in October, stating, “My next goal is to discover who I am. It’s quite unsettling. Without Robert, I’m not sure of my identity. “.
That still affects me, and Carter continued while crying. I’m in shock that I abandoned him. “.