Barbara Bach could win anyone over with her big green eyes and full lips. The American actress not only bagged one of the Beatles (she has been married to Ringo Starr for several decades), but she also nabbed the part of Bond girl Anya Amasova in the James Bond film "The Spy Who Loved Me." Following her role in the film, both her modeling and acting career took off, and her raw talent combined with her killer body made Bach an icon.
In this 1977 photograph, we see Mrs. Ringo Starr on the set of "The Spy Who Loved Me" with co-star Roger Moore. The Queens native is perched on the famous amphibious Lotus Esprit, in a pair of flared pants and a low-cut white blouse. The cut of her jeans elongates her legs, while her top screams '70s sex symbol. We also can't help but notice that her shoes bear a strong resemblance to Kate Middleton's favorite wedges -- looks like we found the Duchess' style muse.
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