Lynda Carter and husband Robert A. Altman
Lynda Carter marked her and Robert A. Altman’s 33rd wedding anniversary by sharing photos from their wedding on Instagram. Pictured: Carter and Altman attend the ‘Fallout 4’ video game launch event in downtown Los Angeles on Nov. 5, 2015 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Vivien Killilea

Lynda Carter is still very much in love with her husband Robert A. Altman 33 years after tying the knot. To express her love for him, Carter marked their wedding anniversary by sharing a couple of photos from their wedding ceremony back on Jan. 29, 1984.

In her first Instagram post, the original Wonder Woman actress greets her lawyer husband a happy anniversary and reveals that there’s no one else she would rather go through life with but him. Her sweet message comes with a silhouette photo of the pair taken during their wedding.

Carter’s second Instagram post shows a much clearer photo of the lovebirds in their wedding outfits. Read the actress’ sweet caption for the snapshot below:

Carter and Altman, who currently reside in Potomac, Maryland, exchanged “I do’s” in Washington. They have two children together: James (born 1988), and Jessica (born 1990).

Altman is Carter’s second husband. She was first married to her former talent agent, Ron Samuels, from 1977 to 1982.

Altman is the current chairman and CEO of video game company ZeniMax Media. He is also on the advisory board of The George Washington University Law School. Carter, meanwhile, continues to perform as a singer and appear in films and TV shows. The 65-year-old actress recently appeared as President Olivia Marsdin in Season 2, episode 3 of “Supergirl.”

During a recent Q&A with fans on The Huffington Post’s “Build Series,” Melissa Benoist — who plays the titular role on the CW series — revealed that Carter is going to reprise her role as the president in upcoming episodes of the current season.

“As far as I know — and I hope I don’t get in trouble for saying this — but she was signed on for more [episodes], and I know she wanted to [return],” Benoist said of Carter. “She’s so awesome, by the way. She is so wonderful.”

“I think it’s a really interesting storyline, and it’s pretty cool that it’s a woman president,” Benoist added of Carter’s storyline and character on the DC Comics TV show.

“Supergirl” airs every Monday at 8 p.m. EST on The CW.