Kirstie Alley, noted for her iconic appearances in smash sitcoms like “Cheers” and “Look Who’s Talking,” died at 71 after a brief battle with cancer. True and Lillie Parker, her daughters, released a heartfelt statement following their mother’s death. They disclosed in it that she died surrounded by her closest family and friends.
According to the statement, Alley fought her cancer with extraordinary strength and resilience, leaving behind an inspiring legacy of joy and courage. Lillie went on to say that their late mother was a better parent than she was a television celebrity. Despite their grief, they find solace in the fact that she is no longer in pain and is embarking on adventures beyond the stars.