Kelly Preston has passed on at only 57 years of age. The entertainer, who was hitched to John Travolta, 66, died on June 12, 2020, after a fight with malignancy, her agents affirmed to People magazine. “On the morning of July 12, 2020, Kelly Preston, revered spouse, and mother, died following a two-year fight with bosom malignant growth,” the announcement read, affirming that she kept the updates on her fight with disease “private” from people in general.
“Deciding to keep her battle hidden, she had been experiencing clinical treatment for quite a while, upheld by her nearest loved ones,” the announcement additionally read, depicting the star as “a brilliant, wonderful and adoring soul who thought profoundly about others and who carried life to all that she contacted.” Her rep included, “Her family requests your comprehension of their requirement for security as of now.”
Kelly wedded John on Sept. 12, 1991, and the couple had three kids together: the late Jett, who went at only 16 of every 2009 after a seizure, their little girl Ella, presently 20, and child Benjamin, 9. The couple as of late took to web-based life to praise their 28th wedding commemoration, with John sharing a lovely tribute for his better half. “Upbeat Anniversary to my brilliant spouse @therealkellypreston,” John spouted, while Kelly applauded him as “the most awesome man I know. You have given me trust when I have felt lost, cherished me quietly and genuinely… made me chuckle more enthusiastically than some other person conceivable… shared the most excellent highs and now and again low…. I love you everlastingly and totally. Upbeat 28th Anniversary @johntravolta.”
Initially from Hawaii, she sought after going about as an undergrad understudy at the University of Southern California, proceeding to land her first enormous acting job in 1985’s Mischief. Remarkably, she later featured close by Tom Cruise in 1996’s Jerry Maguire and showed up in films like For Love of the Game and Twins. She most as of late assumed the job of Victoria Gotti in Gotti, one of her last activities.