EXCLUSIVE: Hart to Hart actress Stefanie Powers looks youthful and radiant in a rare public appearance just days before her 81st birthday
- Stefanie Powers looked as glamorous and youthful as ever ahead of her 81st birthday next week
- The veteran actress, who is rarely seen in public, was caught leaving an office building in LA on October 18
- Wearing a trendy white suit jacket, blue trousers and a Louis Vuitton designer bag, she showed off her signature red locks
Hollywood screen siren Stefanie Powers looked radiant and much younger than her years in a very rare public outing ahead of her 81st birthday.
The veteran actress, who found fame playing Robert Wagner on the ABC television series Hart To Hart, has retreated from the spotlight over the years and now lives a low-key lifestyle in Los Angeles.
But the TV star stepped out to soak up the sun on Wednesday, October 18, after emerging from an LA office building alone.
Stefanie Powers looked much younger than her years during a rare public appearance in Los Angeles on Oct. 18
The veteran actress, best known for her role in Hart to Hart, wore a trendy suit jacket, blue pants and showed off her signature red locks. She also had a bandage covering a minor injury on her right hand
Powers emerged from an LA office building with some papers and her Louis Vuitton bag in her hand
Stefanie, whose birthday falls on Thursday, showed off a new, shorter hairstyle with her famous red locks in a pony.
She wore a trendy jacket, blue pants and a designer bag from Louis Vuitton.
She also had a bandage covering a minor injury on her right hand.
The reclusive star is keeping a low profile these days, but occasionally shares photos of herself and other life updates on social media.
Earlier this year, she shared a photo from a rare public appearance in April, when she attended an awards ceremony in Germany.
‘I had a wonderful time in Germany attending the Gloria Awards and was so warmly welcomed by the hosts and participants, who were all such great supporters of Hart to Hart. Thank you so much everyone,” she said in a caption.
Still has star power: Stefanie Powers shared a new photo on Instagram on Monday. The 80-year-old Hollywood actress looked happy and healthy as she wore a black outfit with a long gray tassel necklace
On the pink carpet: In her caption, she noted that she was in Germany for an awards ceremony. ‘I had a wonderful time in Germany attending the Gloria Awards and was so warmly welcomed by the hosts and participants, who were all such great supporters of Hart to Hart. Thank you so much to everyone,” the star said
She also showed off her signature red hair as she posed for photos on the red carpet.
The octogenarian is best known for her role as Jennifer Hart in the mystery TV series that earned her two Primetime Emmy Awards from 1979 to 1984.
The show follows self-made millionaire Jonathan – played by Wagner – and freelance writer Jennifer – Powers – a traveling couple with a knack for finding mysteries wherever they go.
“And even as they uncover thefts, espionage and all manner of deception, they still find time for romance,” according to a synopsis.
She then took part in the ITV survival reality game show, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2011.
In a 2019 interview, Stefanie admitted she was happy to be the first star to be voted off the show.
Powers is best known for her role in the TV series Hart To Hart with actor Robert Wagner. The show aired from 1979 to 1984
She explained that she didn’t find many of her fellow campmates “terribly interesting” and mocked the show for being far from authentic.
The animal activist said the reason she signed up for the show in the first place was to raise awareness of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation – she dated Sunset Boulevard star William Holden from 1972 until his death from a fall in 1981.
She said: “I was raising money for our William Holden Wildlife Foundation. Which, thank you very much, was significant and very useful for our work in Kenya.’
The William Holden Wildlife Foundation is a 501 non-profit organization based in the United States, whose primary project is the William Holden Wildlife Education Center near Nanyuki, Kenya.