JOHN Travolta posted a sentimental memorial honoring his relationship with Kirstie Alley following her sudden death.
In honor of Alley, Travolta posted two photos from the prime of her career.
The first photo shows Alley with messy 80s hair, dressed in white, playing with a pearl necklace and sitting with a white bird.
The second photo is a sweet, candid shot of her and Travolta laughing and hugging together.
Travolta captioned the post, “Kirstie was one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had. i love you I know we will meet again.”
Travolta and Alley co-starred in the 1989 hit film Look Who’s Talking.
This film was so successful that two sequels followed in 1990 and 1993.
Broadway star and actress Kristin Chenoweth also erected a memorial post for the late Alley.
She has posted several photos of herself with Alley on and off stage over the years.
Chenoweth wrote: “Love you Kirstie. I will see you again one day. I can’t believe you’re gone.”
Chenoweth appeared in Alley’s 2013 sitcom Kirstie, which premiered on TV Land.
Jamie Lee Curtis also made a social media post in honor of Alley, and she posted a photo of their time together on Fox’s Scream Queens.
She captioned the post: “Just heard the sad news that Kirstie Alley has passed away. She was a great comic slide in @tvscreamqueens and a beautiful mother bear in her very real life.
“She helped me buy rompers for my family for Christmas this year. We agreed that we disagreed on some things but had mutual respect and a connection. Sad news.”
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/6849980/john-travolta-mourns-kirstie-alley-heartbreaking-death/ John Travolta mourns the loss of close friend Kirstie Alley in a heartbreaking post about their “special love” following her death aged 71