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has penned an emotional message to wish his late wife a happy birthday.
The actor, 67, took toon Wednesday to share his heartbreaking post on what would have been Kelly Preston's 58th birthday.
The Jerry Maguire star passed away in July 2020 following a two-year battle with breast cancer.
John and Kelly were married for 29 years after they met at a screen test for The Experts. The pair had three kids together, son Jett, daughter Ella Bleu, and a second son, Benjamin.
The Grease star posted a sweet picture of the actress at the Cannes Film Festival as she smiled and waved on the red carpet. He wrote alongside it: "Happy Birthday Kelly. We miss and love you very much."
'No expiry date' for justice, says key lawyer on twilight Nazi trials
Lawyer Thomas Walther, 78, gets prickly when he hears criticism of German courts putting elderly surviving Nazis -- many over 90 years old now -- on trial. Justice has "no expiry date", stresses the lawyer, who has led the way on a series of twilight justice cases in Germany against the last surviving Nazis. It was due to a case Walther put before the courts in the early 2000s that jurisprudence was set in 2011, allowing investigators to prosecute Nazi staff on the basis they had served as part of Adolf Hitler's extermination machine.
Daughter Ella shared a comment on the post by simply leaving three love heart emojis.
She posted a personal tribute on her own Instagram page, sharing a throwback image of her mum alongside the caption: "Happy Birthday Mama, I love and miss you so much."
John recently appeared on Kevin Hart's talk showand told the comedian that he has had to discuss mortality with his 10-year-old child Ben following Kelly's death.
The Pulp Fiction star admitted that his son had touched upon the subject in a previous conversation and was very honest about his feelings.
The star told his fellow actor: "[Ben] said to me once, 'Because mom passed away, I'm afraid you're going to."'
Daniel Craig oozes 007 cool blue suit ahead of appearance Kimmel
Daniel Craig looked in fine 007 form in a fitted baby blue suit ahead of his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which came on the same day the actor received a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. Craig, 53, arrived at the studio gate in Hollywood already dressed to impress in a baby blue suit that was paired with a white dress shirt and silver tie.He stepped out in brown ankle boots, stylish sunglasses, and his blonde hair cut his usual short style. And with COVID-19 still presenting a danger, the actor wore a white protective mask over his mouth and nose.
John pointed out how he was different from Kelly and tried to explain the situation to his son.
"I said, 'Well, it's a very different thing.' And I went through the differences about my longevity and her limited life," he continued.
He then told his son: "'But you know, Ben…you always love the truth and I'm going to tell you the truth about life. Nobody knows when they're gonna go or when they're going to stay."'
In 2009, John and Kelly's eldest son tragically died while on holiday in the Bahamas.
Jett, who had autism, suffered a seizure during the family's getaway to the Bahamas over the New Year break.
He had a history of seizures and had collapsed in the bathroom and hit his head, later being declared dead in hospital.
He was aged just 16 when he died.
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Lin-Manuel Miranda won't direct Hamilton film .
Lin-Manuel Miranda won't direct a movie adaptation of 'Hamilton' and thinks anyone who takes on the project will have a "tough" job in bettering the filmed version of the stage show.The 41-year-old star - who has made his directorial debut with upcoming movie ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’- is unsure a big screen version of his hit Broadway musical is necessary because Thomas Kail did such a “wonderful” job with the filmed version of the stage show, which was released on Disney+ last year.