Jane Fonda rested her feet before boarding the plane Wednesday morning.
The 85-year-old, who has dealt with a lot of press in recent months, was pushed into a wheelchair by several helpers at LAX airport in Los Angeles.
In the background, she wore a black jacket, matching pants, a white button-up shirt, and a purple sweater.
She also accessorized with a pair of gold earrings, oversized glasses and black boots.
The “80 For Brady” star, looking in great shape, carried a quilted black backpack on her lap and hung a second bag on the side of the wheelchair.
Fonda also wore a black protective face mask and looked in good spirits during the trip, choosing to simply avoid a long walk through the airport.
The sighting comes less than a year after Fonda revealed she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and had been on chemotherapy for six months.
“This is a very treatable cancer. 80% of people survive, so I feel very lucky.” He reassured his fans in September 2022.
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Fortunately, she announced that her cancer had regressed just a few months later.
“Last week my oncologist told me that my cancer is cured and I can stop chemotherapy,” she explained via her website, “THE BEST BIRTHDAY GIFT EVER!” last December.
Fonda also shared that her first four cycles of chemotherapy were “pretty easy”, but that her last session was particularly “challenging” for her body and “made a lot of things difficult to accomplish.”
“I feel so blessed, so lucky,” he added.
“Thank you to all of you who prayed and sent good thoughts my way. I’m sure that plays a role in the good news.”
The “Barbarella” star also admitted that her “privilege as a celebrity” gives her the best health insurance and “access to the best doctors and treatment.”
Despite the dire diagnosis, Fonda vowed not to let the disease affect climate change activism.
“I don’t know how you couldn’t [protest]The fitness guru told Page Six earlier this month.
I have grandchildren. I love animals, I love nature. If we don’t, we’ll destroy them all.”
Fonda began protesting the Vietnam War in the 60s and hasn’t stopped for the past fifty years.
In 2019, the eighty-year-old was arrested three times in a row while protesting for environmental causes.