Anne HecheHis youngest son opens up about his late mother.
Five months after Six Days and Seven Nights actress tragically died in a car accident in Los Angeles, her son Tupper Atlas Heche I miss my mother dearly. In a statement on Tuesday to Los Angeles investigator14 year old boy affectionately expressed:
“My mother is the smartest person I have ever known. She always knows how to solve a problem or help a friend. She always knows what to do. I cannot express in words how grateful I am or miss her.”
So sweet, and so eloquent.
This marks the first time the grieving teenager has spoken publicly about his mother’s death. His brother, and Anne’s eldest son, Homer Laffoon20 years old, previously issued a statement on behalf of him and Atlas in August, thanking the staff at Hollywood Forever Cemeterywhere The man in the tree The star’s ashes were buried:
“Brother Atlas and I want to thank Tyler, Noelle and all the wonderful people at Hollywood Forever for their kindness, compassion, and generous spirit. We are confident that our mother will love the website we have chosen for her. It’s beautiful, peaceful and she will be one of her peers in Hollywood.”
The comments are made in the form of a posthumous memoir by Anne, Call me Anneattack bookstores.
in one Los Angeles investigator article, James TupperAtlas’ father, also had a few words to share in memory of Anne:
“Me and Anne have been together for over a decade, we have a beautiful son together and in that time he has been the definition of light in our lives, always bringing joy. , love and energy. She will always be remembered in our hearts and minds.”
We are delighted that the legal battle over Anne’s estate has been resolved and that her legacy can continue to strengthen. Our hearts remain with Anne’s loved ones as they continue to grieve. Share your support in the comments below.
[Image via Anne Heche/Instagram]