Entertainment Andrea Sawatzki: "We will always stay in our hearts"
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Actress (57) reports to her fans with sad news. Her latest Instagram post features a black and white photo of a smiling woman. However, the lady in the picture is not Andrea herself - even if she looks like her. Andrea writes about the photo: "Mom. Will always love you, will always stay in our hearts ..." These words suggest that the mother of the 57-year-old has passed away.Andrea Sawatzki's mother has died
In addition to the emotional words, Sawatzki adds the hashtags "# fighter", "#biszumschluss", "#nichttraurigsein" and "#see you again". What died of is not yet known. 's wife (63) from her fans. One user writes: "Life ends - love doesn't." Her two sons Bruno (18) and Moritz Berkel (21) will definitely be there for her during this time.
Ingrid Andress Puts a New Spin on Her Debut Album, 'Lady Like': 'The Chapter Was Not Finished'
The CMA nominee's deluxe version features a collaboration with Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman, as well as a rendition of "Boys," the pop hit she co-wrote for Charli XCXThe result is a deluxe edition, released Friday, that features plenty of new treasures, including three new songs, new versions of chart-topper "More Hearts Than Mine" and "The Stranger," and a new order for the tracklist.
In the video below, a psychologist explains the best way to cope with grief.Andrea Sawatzki's mother raised her alone for a long time.
About a year ago, Andrea told the magazine "DB mobil" that her childhood was not an easy one. The reason for this: her mother was a single parent and worked as a nurse on shifts. Time often fell by the wayside for her daughter. Only when Andrea was eight years old did she move in with her father. But that wasn't easy either: "He suffered from Alzheimer's, he didn't recognize me as a daughter," she recalled.
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