The Two Children Of The Late Kirstie Alley : Everything You Need To Know

Kirstie Alley‘s two adopted children, Lillie Price Stevenson and William True Stevenson are the only ones who will remember her. The actress died on December 5, 2022, and her second ex-husband, Parker Stevenson has custody of Lillie and William.

On their mom’s Instagram account Lillie and William, who goes by his middle name, posted a heartfelt message. “To all of our friends, near and far, all over the world… We’re sorry to tell you that our amazing, fierce, and loving mother died after a battle with cancer that we only just found out about. She was surrounded by her closest family as she fought, and she did so with a lot of strength.

This made us sure that she would always be happy to be alive, no matter what adventures lay ahead. “As famous as she was on screen, she was an even better mother and grandmother,” they said, referring to Waylon Tripp Parker, the Cheers star’s grandson.

“We are so thankful for the care from the amazing doctors and nurses at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Our mother’s enthusiasm and love for life, her children, grandchildren, and many animals, as well as her never-ending joy in making things, were unmatched. They inspired us to live life to the fullest, just like she did,” they said. “Thank you for your love and prayers, and please give us some space during this hard time.”

During Their Marriage, Kirstie Alley And Her Ex-husband Parker Stevenson Adopted Two Children

The Hardy Boys star, who was born in Wichita, Kansas adopted his son William in October 1992 and his daughter Lillie in 1995. Kirstie and Parker got a divorce in 1997, so they no longer have any biological children together. However, Kirstie did have a miscarriage while they were married.

Kirstie was married to Bob Alley from 1970 to 1977 before she met Parker. They never had kids together.

Kirstie Alley Survived by Kids Lillie Price and William True Stevenson: Get to Know Them

Kirstie Alley Had 1 Grandchild:

“If your son has a son… bliss … Yes, as promised, this is my secret good news. In June 2016, Kirstie said on Twitter, “Welcome Waylon Tripp Parker.” The It Takes Two actress also posted a black-and-white photo of William and Waylon holding hands.

As a doting grandmother, Kirstie quickly sent out another tweet with another photo. “Just GOT to send one more… proud Gammy,” she said at the time.

Even though her career was bigger than life, Kirstie always put being a mom first. In an interview with People in 2006, she said, “My best quality is that I’m a good mother.”

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