Dame Olivia Newton-John’s daughter remembers 'angel on Earth' after star’s death
Dame Olivia Newton-John has been remembered as an ‘angel on Earth’ in a new tribute from her devastated daughter Chloe Latanzzi.
The Grease actress died at her home in California on Monday at the age of 73 following a 30-year battle with cancer.
She has been survived by husband John Easterling and daughter Chloe, who was her only child.
As the world continues to mourn the death of one of Hollywood’s brightest stars, Chloe, 36, has shared a new social media post paying tribute to Dame Olivia.
Chloe left her fans emotional after sharing a throwback clip of her duet with her late mum, with the pair collaborating on the track Window In The Wall in 2021. In the behind-the-scenes video, Chloe and Dame Olivia are seen recording the song while scenes are included of a pony and a picturesque garden.
In the caption, Chloe wrote: ‘You are my lighthouse mama. My safe place. My heart space. It has been my honor and continues to be my honor to be your baby and best friend. You are an angel on earth and everyone touched by you has been blessed. I love you forever my life giver, my teacher, my mama.’
The singer and actress had earlier paid tribute to her beloved mum, choosing to share photos instead of words with sweet photos from memorable moments over the years, including Chloe’s childhood.
Chloe was Dame Olivia’s only daughter and was born to the actress and her then-husband Matt Lattanzi in 1986; the pair splitting up in 1995.
Just a few days before the Physical singer’s death, Chloe had shared a photo of herself with her mum showing the two smiling happily in their sprawling garden.
‘I worship this woman. My mother. My best friend,’ she had captioned the image.
Chloe has been supported by fans, family and her celebrity friends since the news broke, with Ella Travolta, daughter of Dame Olivia’s Grease co-star John, writing: ‘We love you all,’ while 90210 actress Sara Foster said: ‘Your sweet mama will be missed by so many.’
Canadian singer and actress Jan Narden offered her ‘deepest, most sorrow filled condolences’, assuring her that Dame Olivia ‘was so proud of you’.
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