Wedding bells were ringing, and (Charlie’s) angels were singing for Jaclyn Smith.
Smith, who starred on the iconic crime action series alongside Farrah Fawcett and Kate Jackson, reunited with Jackson at her son Gaston’s recent wedding, according to video Smith shared of the nuptials on Wednesday.
“There is nothing like family, and ours grew this weekend,” Smith wrote on Instagram. “I’m so endlessly proud of my son Gaston and am wishing him and Bonnie a lifetime of happiness.”
In the video, Smith gave fans a tour of her son’s lush outdoor wedding, which featured a citrusy bar serving drinks, delicate floral arrangements and sweet family wedding photos being taken.
Jackson was also there to soak up the wedding whimsy. In one clip, Jackson is seen standing next to Smith as they appear to pose for a photo. Smith stunned in a feathery, light green frock, while Jackson wore a cream blazer with white pants and blue-tinted sunglasses.
On “Charlie’s Angels,” Smith and Jackson played Kelly Garrett and Sabrina Duncan, respectively, alongside Fawcett’s Jill Munroe on the series about a trio of women working at a detective agency. Jackson was nominated twice for outstanding lead actress in a drama series at the Primetime Emmys during the show’s five-year run, according to IMDb.
In 2019, the “Angels” franchise was given an action-comedy reboot with a feature film directed by Elizabeth Banks and starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska.
Unlike Smith and Jackson’s version, in which the Angels knew they were both women on a mission and viewer eye candy, Banks’ take on “Charlie’s Angels” offered a modern-day spin on the franchise focused on relatability and female friendship.
“One of my goals was to make the women, these Angels, a little more relatable,” Banks told USA TODAY in 2019, noting the women in the original series were trained police officers, not superheroes. “It was a quiet celebration of everyday heroics.”
Gone was the famous ‘”Charlie’s Angels’ pose,” where three women kneel with finger guns pointed or stand in prayer posture. The stars of 2019’s “Angels” appeared on buses and billboards holding hands. Banks said the new pose was meant to show the themes of “camaraderie, sisterhood and teamwork” displayed in the movie.
The movie “has none of those tropes that the series has had in the past,” Banks said. “There’s no romantic entanglements. It’s like, they’re at work doing their job, and they’re doing it together. Period. The end.”
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Contributing: Carly Mallenbaum, USA TODAY