Kim Cattrall pays a touching tribute as she shares the sad news of the passing of her cherished mother, Shane, who was 93 years old, five years after the tragic death of the actor’s brother Chris at 55.
Shane Cattrall, Kim Cattrall’s mother, passed away on Tuesday at 93, according to a tragic Instagram post she shared.
With the caption “Shane Cattrall 1929–2022,” the 66-year-old Sex and the City actress shared heartfelt old photos of herself and her mother. Chris Cattrall died in 2019 at the age of 55. Rest in peace, mom.
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The images featured endearing childhood snapshots of the actress and Shane in joyful circumstances.
Randy Rainbow, a musician, wrote: “So sad, Kim,” while Stephen Dunn, one of her Queer as Folk co-stars, wrote: “Sending all my love. I appreciate you all. “.
The most recent message from the actress was “Happy Mother’s Day, Mom”, next to a picture of Shane and her. She was aged 93 years.
When her mother turned 93 years old in February, she tweeted, “Happy 93rd B’day Mum!” with a priceless photo of the two of them. We’re so fortunate to have you still around.
Five years they had passed since the death of Kim’s younger brother when this occurred.
Chris went missing and posted a request for help on social media before being found dead, according to police.
Less than 24 hours later, police found Cattrall on his farm in Blackfalds, Alberta.
The seasoned musician quickly tweeted the bad news to her followers.
“It is with great regret that I, along with my family, announce the unexpected death of our son and brother, Chris Cattrall,” she wrote. “.
We are requesting privacy at this time. We thank you on social media for your kindness and support during this trying time.
Kim rushed to Instagram to warn Sarah Jessica Parker that she “doesn’t need her love or support at this awful time” after Sarah sent good wishes during their ongoing spat.
When my mother questioned me today, “When will that @sarahjessicaparker, that hypocrite, leave you alone?” the post’s author continued her rant in the image’s description.
Please understand this: Your persistent reaching out is a painful reminder of how vicious you were, then and now. If I haven’t said it, you are not a part of my family.
She also referred to the “Mean Girl” mentality that tarnished Sex and the City.
Sarah wrote in the comments section, “Dear Kim, my love and condolences to you and yours and Godspeed to your darling brother. Xx. ‘.
Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Hobbes, also commented on the article: “Hey Kim, such sad news. I’m sorry to hear that. I love you, sweetheart. XO. ‘.
After thanking Cynthia for getting in touch, Kim said, “Hearing your voice meant so much to me. Thank you for getting in touch. Kim from SexandtheCity is my favourite.