There’s no doubt “Three’s Company” star Suzanne Somers keeps herself fit at 74 years old. The grandmother showed off with her granddaughter recently to give an idea of what type of grandma she is.
Somers and Camelia Somers, 25, are shown in a photo Suzanne Somers posted on her Instagram account wearing shorts. Not just any shorts, but matching shorts according to People Magazine.
Camelia Somers, who is an actress and appeared on CBS’s soap “The Bold and The Beautiful,” also put the photo up on her Instagram as well.
“Didn’t expect to twin with my grandma when I threw on these shorts this morning,” she writes. “SHE’S HOT!!!!”
Back in June, Somers, who played Chrissy Snow on “Three’s Company,” told People, “We don’t have to fall apart as we age. Find a movement protocol that turns you on. If you don’t use it, you’ll lose it.”
Well, here’s Suzanne and Camelia showing off their shorts look on Saturday.
‘Three’s Company’ Star Talks About Leaving Show, Reinventing Herself
Many people who are classic TV fans know that Suzanne Somers lost her job with “Three’s Company” over a salary dispute.
In an interview with the Archive of American Television, Somers talked about going through tough times.
“For a year after that, I went from being the No. 1 actress on television on those desired demographics to now I couldn’t get an interview,” Somers said. “It wasn’t like today where (your) negatives can propel you. You go on ‘Hard Copy’ and go on ‘ET’ or ‘Insider,’ there wasn’t all that.”
Somers said she sat at home for about a year. Questions floated through her head, she said. “Why did I blow it? Here I thought I wanted to be paid like the men, what did I do?” Somers told the interviewer.
TV Actress Discovers She Can Use Visibility For Positive In Her Career
Then Somers spent time boosting herself up with some self-talk work. The “Three’s Company” star admitted to hearing a voice inside her head talk back.
“And one day,” Somers said, “I hear voices, sometimes, in a weird way. I hear a voice in my head like a loudspeaker, saying, ‘Why are you focused on what you don’t have? Why don’t you focus on what it is you do have.’ I sat back and thought, what do I have? I have nothing — what do I have? Visibilty.”
Somers said she sent husband Alan Hamel to negotiate a deal for her in Las Vegas. Hamel also served as her business rep.
“And that’s when I sent Alan into Vegas. Went in and five years later, I walked up on the stage with Frank Sinatra,” she said. “He was the male entertainer of the year and I was the female entertainer of the year. So, like, the reinvention began.”
Suzanne Somers again found herself in the center of the entertainment world.