Kirstie Alley liked the post about positivity before her death

Kirstie Alley liked a post about staying positive ahead of her death at 71.

The Look who’s talking star died of colon cancer on Monday.

Alley’s children, William True, 30, and Lillie Price, 28, whom she shared with ex-husband Parker Stevenson, 70, confirmed the news in a statement posted on the actor’s social media deceased.

“We are sad to inform you that our amazing, fierce and loving mother has passed away after a recently discovered battle with cancer,” they wrote in a post on Instagram and Twitter.

“She was surrounded by her closest family and fought with great strength, leaving us with the certainty of her endless zest for life and all the adventures that lay ahead. screen, she was an even more amazing mother and grandmother.”

The siblings added: “Our mother’s joy and passion for life, her children, her grandchildren and her many animals, not to mention her undying joy in creating, was unparalleled and leaves us inspired to live on. life fully as she did.

Kirstie Alley visits ‘Extra’ at her New York studios at H&M in Times Square on January 5, 2016 in New York City. The late actress loved a post about positivity ahead of her death from cancer at 71.
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Prior to his passing, Alley liked a tweet about positivity.

“Your mind is a powerful thing. Fill it with positive thoughts,” read a message posted by Twitter user @kristencanale.

The post was dated November 3, although it’s unclear when Alley clicked the heart icon. It was the last tweet she liked before her death.

The summer school The star’s latest Instagram video was posted in September when she announced she was joining Cameo, a website that lets celebrities connect with their fans by sending them personalized messages.

Alley told her followers they could request “funny” or “heartfelt” clips, ranging from “Merry Christmas” to “I want a divorce,” she joked.

His Cameo page has since been deleted.

Alley shot to fame in 1987 when she was cast as Rebecca Howe on NBC Cheers. In 1991, she won a Golden Globe for Best Actress and an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress for her role in the sitcom.

After his passing, countless celebrities posted tributes.

John Travolta, who starred in the 1989s Look who’s talking with Alley, wrote on Instagram, “Kirstie was one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had. I love you Kirstie. I know we’ll see each other again.”

Tim Allen, Alley’s For the richest or the poorest co-star, tweeted: “A sweet soul has passed away in Kristie Alley. Sad, sad news. Prayers for all her family.”

Denise Richards, who worked alongside Alley in Gorgeous Drop Deadshared a long heartfelt message via Instagram.

“Kirstie is one of the funniest, kindest, strongest women I’ve ever met. I’m so lucky and grateful to have been able to make a movie with her playing my mom,” he said. she declared. “I was quite intimidated to work with her, but she immediately put me at ease. She had a heart of gold and a deep love for animals. Her laugh was contagious and she lit up every room she went to. came in. Kirstie, you are so loved very much and we will miss you dearly. Prayers for your children and grandchildren.”

“RIP Kirstie. I loved you so much,” Broadway actress Kristin Chenoweth wrote on Twitter. “We’ll see each other again.”

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