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Jennifer Love Hewitt Pays Tribute To Her Mom On Social Media

June 14, 2018 10:24

Jennifer Love Hewitt has never been shy about her past. While some other celebrities shrink at the very thought of people seeing them in the years before they became famous, cheeky Hewitt does not. This photo of her, goofy grin and pink hearts included, says it all.

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She was already famous well before she turned 16 after starring in several national commercials. Hewitt also starred in Disney Channel’s "Kids Incorporated" between 1989 and 1991.

Hewitt is proud of her connection with family and often shares posts on her Instagram about them. Yesterday, she shared a special tribute to her mom, Patricia Mae, a speech-language pathologist who died six years ago.

Her special message shared alongside the post was a warm reminder of how much her mom meant to her. As Hewitt said, she felt bad that her mom was not around to spend time with her own children. Still, she finds comfort in knowing that her mother’s spirit lives through her.

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Hewitt and her mother would often attend events together. And talking about love, Hewitt and her late mom had their own special things they did to show how much they cared for each other. They both love the British royal family and keep up with royal events.

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Both women were up early to watch the wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton. And as nothing says wedding like a tiara. Hewitt and her mom had their own glittering hairpieces ready for the event.

Now, Hewitt is keeping the memory of her late mother alive. She also watched Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married with her daughter. And yes, they also had their tiaras.

In a sense, love never really dies, and Hewitt will always hold dear fond memories of her mother and share the same with her own children.

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