Mamma Mia… she looks good! Rarely-seen ABBA singer Agnetha Faltskog cuts a very youthful figure as she arrives in the UK
She’s remained largely out of the spotlight for the past decade, and prefers to live the quiet life at her isolated Swedish home.
And pop icon Agnetha Faltskog’s laid-back way of life certainly seemed to be working as she cut a very youthful figure while arriving at London’s Heathrow Airport on Tuesday morning.
The former ABBA frontwoman looked decades younger than her 63 years, and appeared happy and relaxed as she showcased her radiant make-up free skin while wandering through the arrivals terminal.
Agnetha opted for a low-key ensemble as made her way into the city, teaming a gun-mental grey leather jacket with a simple black vest and jeans.
The Dancing Queen hitmaker completed her casual look by toting a white leather handbag, and wore practical black leather boots on her feet.
Since bowing out of ABBA in 1982, the songstress has stayed largely out of the public eye – despite formerly being one of the world’s most recognisable faces.
And although she has amassed a fortune worth an estimated £20million, she recently admitted she prefers the simple things in life.
Speaking in an interview with the Mail’s YOU magazine earlier this year, she said: ‘I live on a farm and there is a little bridge to get to Stockholm. I live a normal life there with my pug Bella and my puppy Bruno.
‘I chat to other dog walkers, I go shopping and out to restaurants with friends. I don’t mind signing autographs as long as there’s not a queue forming. Maybe I was a recluse for some years. I was so tired once Abba was over and just wanted to be calm and with my children.
‘I married, was in Abba, had my children, divorced, all in ten years. I wonder how I managed it, but I was young.’
But Agnetha recently hinted at an ABBA comeback ahead of the 40th anniversary of the group’s first hit, Waterloo – despite the band turning down an incredible $1billion to reunite back in 2000.
She told German newspaper Welt am Sonntag: ‘Of course it’s something we’re thinking about.
There seem to be plans to do something to mark this anniversary in some way. But I can’t say at this point what will come of them.’