The first Captain America movie happens in the 40s. Steve falls in love with Peggy then.

In Avengers Endgame, Cap and Ironman travel to 1970. Cap sees Peggy then, she doesn't seem to have aged a day since the 40s.

How does this work, shouldn't Peggy have been 30 years older than we saw her in Captain America: The First Avenger?

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    @jared Im referring to the scene in 1970 when Steve is looking to steal Pym capsules. He sees Peggy in the next room. – MovieMe Apr 28 at 10:56
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    Perhaps she just ages really well. – Paulie_D Apr 28 at 11:48
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    I doubt there's an in-Universe explanation for this. The obvious out of universe explanations would be that the audience is supposed to recognise her, and they already had an actress for a younger Peggy so it doesn't make a lot of sense to hire another one or apply so much make up to the current one that she becomes effectively unrecognisable. – Cubic Apr 28 at 16:59
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    Hmm.. Let's just go with "ages really well", good choice Cap. :) – MovieMe Apr 28 at 17:57
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    She uses age miracle cream. – Ankit Sharma Apr 29 at 7:48

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