Lohan fondly remembered Natasha, who played her mother in the flick Parent Trap, and recalled the motherly love she showered on her during the filming of the flick. “She was a wonderful woman and actress. She treated me like I was her own," the Sun quoted Lohan as saying.
Comedienne Joan Rivers, 75, also recalled Natasha as an 'amazing and darling' and fondly remembered her love for her husband Liam Neeson, who totally doted on her. “She and husband Liam were totally happy, totally devoted to each other. That is what kills me. It just shouldn"t happen," Joan said. “He doted on what she said, she doted on him — it was perfect," Joan added.
Natasha"s fellow actresses also paid their tribute to the Tony award-winning actress. “I am sending out prayers for Natasha and her family — a real reminder of how precious life is and how quickly it can be gone," Demi Moore stated on her blog. Film director Michael Winner, 73, said: “Whenever you met her, it was like a joy. It"s a twinkle and a sparkle that has left the world."
Mia Farrow, 64, said: “Natasha is irreplaceable. I cannot think of anyone kinder, more generous, thoughtful, smarter or more fun." Media personality Howard Stern, a neighbour of Liam and Natasha in New York, revealed that she was a very affectionate woman. “She was one of the nicest women you would ever meet," Howard said.
Acclaimed actor Ralph Fiennes said: “For everyone who knew her, Natasha"s death is a devastating loss. She was unique." Former Northern Ireland Minister Rev Ian Paisley, 82, said: “To Liam and his boys, I express my sadness for the loss of their wife and mother."
Natasha"s husband Liam Neeson and her two sons, Micheal and Daniel, have been left devastated by her death after a skiing accident.
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