Olivia Newton-John‘s daughter Chloe Lattanzi left a tearful voicemail of gratitude to an Australian TV reporter who had done a moving tribute to her late mom.
The voicemail was played Wednesday on Australia’s “Today” show. Chloe had seen Entertainment Editor Richard Wilkin‘s tribute and was moved to call.
You hear the pain in Chloe’s voice as she tells Richard, “She’s free now and out of pain.” 36-year-old Chloe, the daughter of Olivia and her first husband Matt Lattanzi, went on to tell Richard how the dogs were running around and the horses were galloping. As you probably know, Olivia loved animals and was a fierce proponent of animal rights for decades.
Olivia and Richard have history … they were pals for decades.
Chloe also uploaded a clip Tuesday of her and her mom singing “Window In The Wall,” saying her mom was her safe space — calling it an honor to be her baby and her best friend.
As you know, Olivia died peacefully at her ranch in Southern California Monday morning after a decades-long battle with breast cancer.