‘Charlie’s Angels’ star Kate Jackson makes rare sighting with Jaclyn Smith

Where’s Charlie?

“Charlie’s Angels” star Jaclyn Smith shared a glimpse of her reunion with co-star Kate Jackson Wednesday on Instagram, which marks Jackson’s first public sighting in about 14 years.

Smith, 77, included a quick shot of Jackson, 74, in a video montage of the wedding of her son, Gaston Richmond, to Bonnie Lane. 

The famous duo posed for photos at the reception with Richmond and Smith’s husband, Brad Allen.

The mother of the groom donned a beautiful feathery green gown and a chic ’70s blond hairstyle for her son’s big day, while Jackson kept it a little more casual in white slacks paired with a beige blazer and a pale blue shirt.

Jaclyn Smith makes rare sighting 'Charlie's Angels' co-star Kate Jackson
Smith looked stunning on her son’s big day.

The “Scarecrow and Mrs. King” star also sported brown, shoulder-length hair and sunglasses.

Jackson has not been photographed in public in over a decade, with one of the last times being at Farrah Fawcett’s funeral in Los Angeles in 2009.

Her last acting credit was a 2007 episode of “Criminal Minds.” She appeared on an episode of Bravo’s hairdressing competition series “Shear Genius” in August 2008. Smith hosted the show.

Jackson could not be immediately reached by The Post. We contacted a rep for Smith for comment.

“There is nothing like family, and ours grew this weekend! I’m so endlessly proud of my son Gaston and am wishing him and Bonnie a lifetime of happiness,” Smith captioned her Instagram post.

Smith and Jackson starred on ABC’s “Charlie’s Angels” from September 1976 to June 1981.

Jaclyn Smith makes rare sighting 'Charlie's Angels' co-star Kate Jackson
Smith, Jackson, and Farrah Fawcett in “Charlie’s Angels.”

Fawcett rounded out the original crime-fighting trio of private detectives at an agency owned by Charlie, who was voiced by John Forsythe, but never actually seen.

Fawcett left the show in 1977 and was replaced by Cheryl Ladd.

Jackson departed the show two years later and was initially replaced by Shelley Hack, then Tanya Roberts.

She later explained that she left because it was “killing” her life.

“I’d had it with Hollywood’s long hours, the politics, the backstabbing, and the gossip. It was not a great town for having your feet on the ground and living a normal life,” Jackson told Closer Weekly.

“I finally had to say, ‘Wait a minute, there’s my life, and there’s the show, and one is killing the other, so something has to go.’ I sure as hell wasn’t about to sacrifice my life for a television show.”

Jaclyn Smith makes rare sighting 'Charlie's Angels' co-star Kate Jackson
The trio first graced the small screen in 1976.

She added: “My life was all geared to work, even though those people around the country know me and like me, they aren’t in my living room at the end of the day when I’m lonely and hassled.”

Jackson yearned for a normal life and adopted a son, Charles, in 1995, and moved to a 125-acre farm in Keswick, VA. She had three failed marriages.

She’s also a two-time breast cancer survivor.

Jaclyn Smith makes rare sighting 'Charlie's Angels' co-star Kate Jackson
Smith’s son’s wedding took place in Beverly Hills.

“Charlie’s Angles” spawned a media franchise, notably a film series starring Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, and Cameron Diaz in 2000 and 2003.

A “Charlie’s Angels” TV reboot featuring Minka Kelly, Annie Ilonzeh, and Rachael Taylor premiered in 2011 before being canceled after seven episodes.

Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska, and Naomi Scott became the new generation of angels in a 2019 film adaption.