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Angels don't age!

Former "Charlie's Angel" Jaclyn Smith stepped out in Beverly Hills, California on March 21, and looked decades younger than her age. The actress, who played Kelly Garrett on the hit television show, will turn 71 on Oct. 26, but fans would never be able to guess by looking at her. The 70-year-old sported a fresh, blonde hairdo of bouncy waves, and flaunted a radiant and youthful complexion.

Jaclyn also donned a young, trendy ensemble for her outing! Sporting skinny jeans in her seventies, the former "Angel" added a plaid shirt, and black ankle boots while hitting some stores in the luxurious Los Angeles neighborhood. The star also stayed stylish when it came to her accessories, finishing off her outfit with a white Saint Laurent Emmanuelle bucket bag.

Jaclyn's career began back in 1969, when she started booking television commercials. The actress gained fame in 1976, when she was cast in the hit '70s series "Charlie's Angels," starring opposite Farrah Fawcett and Kate Jackson. As the only star to remain for all five seasons of the show, Jaclyn also made a cameo in the 2003 film version of the franchise, "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle." Once she wrapped up her role as a detective, Jaclyn found success in TV movies and miniseries. She even garnered a Golden Globe nomination for Best actress in a Miniseries or TV Film for the flick "Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy" in 1981. Most recently Jaclyn returned to the small screen, making an appearance in two episodes of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" in 2012.

Apart from acting, Jaclyn also made a name for herself by venturing into design. The star launched a design career in the '80s, which started with clothing and later branched into perfume, bedding, bath and furniture in 2008, and all of her collections were available at the retailer Kmart. She also launched a line of wigs called STYLE by Jaclyn Smith in 2008.

In her personal life, Jaclyn publicly battled breast cancer in 2003, and went on to be featured in a documentary called "1 a Minute" in 2010. The star is currently married to her fourth husband, Brad Allen, with whom she tied the knot in 1997.