Lacey Chabert announced on social media that her new Christmas film, “Christmas at Castle Hart,” is dedicated to her sister Wendy. Wendy died just before Thanksgiving, just days before Chabert’s new Hallmark Channel film premiered.Chabert revealed that one of the film’s characters reminded her of her sister, Wendy.
She stated that she would not be able to live tweet during the film as planned, and that she was unsure if she would be able to discuss the film at all. But then she realised she had to talk about the movie because her sister had always been so supportive of her work.”Given the circumstances,” she wrote, “I won’t be able to live tweet.
” “I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to talk about it much at all, but it became clear to me after a lot of thought.” My sister was my biggest supporter and would want me to continue to celebrate my accomplishments. She’d be irritated with me if I didn’t!”Chabert has not revealed the cause of death for her sister.
However, when she first announced her sister’s death, she described it as a “shocking loss” that “left us so broken hearted.” She asked that prayers be said for her sister’s two sons.On Saturday, November 27, she revealed in a post that a character in her new film, Margo, reminded her of her sister.”In a strange twist of fate,” she wrote, “one of the things that distinguishes this Christmas movie from my other ones is that it actually features a beautiful relationship between two sisters.
” “While we were filming, I kept thinking about Wendy because the character of Margo reminded me so much of her… Wendy was the most amusing. She was always the first to come up with some ridiculous plan that usually got us into a little bit of fun trouble and had us laughing so hard that tears streamed down our cheeks.
Margo reminded me of her, and @alihardiman brings this character to life flawlessly!”She went on to express her gratitude to the entire cast and crew of the film.”So tonight, I’d like to dedicate this movie to my sister and let it serve as a tribute to her beautiful life,” she wrote.
I hope it makes you laugh and brings you some Christmas cheer if you watch. I hope you’ll wrap your arms around your loved ones as you watch the movie. Thank you for your ongoing assistance. “My heartfelt greetings to you all!”
Her coworkers and friends joined in to show their support.”Beautifully said Lacy,” Candace Cameron Bure responded. “We are on your side!” “I love you, and we can’t wait to watch,” Jonathan Bennett wrote.”Lacy, I’m sending you so much love – peace and healing to your broken heart,” Alicia Witt responded. This is such a lovely parallel. “There is no coincidence.”
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