Chrishell Pauses Honoring Late Parents By Calling Fans To Get Screened For Cancer – NBC10 Philadelphia

Chrishell Stause remembers both of his late parents with a tap on Instagram post on World Cancer Day.

The “Semi Sunset” star shared two flashback photos of her parents on social media after her mother passed away in July 2020 from the same lung cancer that took her father’s life in April 2019.

“Today is #worldcancerday and it’s been 2 years since I found out my mom had the same lung cancer as my dad last year,” she said. “PLEASE get your test info and a second opinion. 🙏🏼”

“There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t wish we had caught it sooner so we could spend more time together,” Stause continued. “My heart goes out to all of you who have lost someone to this terrible illness. My parents have always been the life of the party🥰 I had a dream last night with them laughing so vividly . 🥰”

In her post, Strause said that she wished she had kept more memories with her late parents.

“I wish we took more photos and videos together. I wish I didn’t hold grudges for so long about things when they were just trying their best,” she added.

At the end of her post, the Hollywood Hills real estate agent urged fans and followers to cherish their time with their loved ones.

“If someone is reading this and is going crazy over a loved one – Life really is too short. Let it go if you can. Try and see everything from where they come to and the tools they use. they have. I miss you, every day,” Stause said.

Two years ago, Stause revealed her mother’s death on Instagram. In an emotional post, she said it was “heartbreaking” to watch her mother take her last breath. However, she also feels “peaceful” knowing that her mother is reunited with her father.

“I feel comfortable knowing dad is there taking care of you and showing you the ropes like only he can,” Stause said.

When her father passed away in 2019, Stause also Instagram to share a back shot of them together.

“I grew up in an unusual family and my dad was a drummer – the beat of music,” she said on Instagram when announcing his death. “We lost our family heartbeat today but I’m glad to know he took his music to heaven. It just adds so much rock and roll up there. We love you guys. great number of.”


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