With its evolving cast of angels, Charlie\u2019s Angels introduced a lot of strong women to one another to create an iconic piece of TV history. As the angel to remain through all five seasons, Jaclyn Smith got to meet everyone, but its her friendship with Cheryl Ladd that endured beyond cast changes. Charlie\u2019s Angels ran from September 22, 1976 to June 24, 1981. It centered around the never-seen Charlie, head of the crime fighting Charles Townsend Agency. Smith had been with the show from start to finish, while Ladd joined in season two and stayed the rest of the time. Where do Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd stand? Cheryl Ladd, Aaron Spelling, Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith at the People's Choice Awards, March 18, 1992 \/ Everett Collection \u201cWe see each other all the time,\u201d revealed Cheryl Ladd, 69, of her former co-star Jaclyn Smith, 75. \u201cI see her in LA all the time when I\u2019m there. We have lunch and we hang. We talk all the time on the phone. We ended up being really good friends. Lifelong friends." Shelley Hack, Jaclyn Smith, David Doyle, Cheryl Ladd \/ Everett Collection RELATED: Cheryl Ladd: 50 Years of Her \u2018Angelic\u2019 Life From 1970 to 2020 In Charlie\u2019s Angels, Smith played Kelly Garrett while Ladd played Kris Munroe. Ladd would be the only other actor, besides David Doyle and John Forsythe, to stay on the show for more than two seasons. The angel to stay the second-longest was Kate Jackson as Sabrina Duncan. Faith and friendship kept Ladd strong and clear-headed View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cheryl Ladd (@angelcherylladd) Because she joined the cast to replace Farrah Fawcett, who was then Farrah Fawcett-Majors, married to the bionic man Lee Majors, Ladd used humor on her first day and wore a shirt with the words \u201cFarrah Fawcett Minor.\u201d Little could Ladd know this would help start the enduring friendship between herself and Smith. \u201cEveryone laughed. I made a lot of friends right away. I got to work and hoped that the character of Kris Munroe would be funny and quirky. I wanted her to be somebody that people could root for. I was very relieved when the ratings went up that season,\u201d she recalled. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jaclyn Smith (@realjaclynsmith) Though she became a piece of entertainment history, Ladd continues to consider her faith one of the biggest factors in her life. In fact, \u201cIt has been all of it,\u201d she shared. \u201cI knew who I was as a young girl. I would climb up the top of the tree and talk to God all the time. It has been an interesting path \u2013 a lot of good, a lot of bumps, a lot of tough, learning moments. He was with me the whole time. He lets us trip ourselves so we remember that He is in charge. I think that is a good thing, especially in our youth! When we aren\u2019t exactly thinking everything through." View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cheryl Ladd (@angelcherylladd) With her consistent faith within, Smith helps others maintain faith without, in part inspired by her own recent battle with cataracts. With June fast approaching as Cataract Awareness Month, she opted for transparency discussing it and offering reason to pursue treatment: her own vision has vastly improved, luckily. Those battling this eye condition are not alone and not without options.