Kirstie Alley’s death certificate reveals new details about her Dec. 5 passing.
The document, obtained by Us Weekly, confirms that the late actress has been cremated and that she spent her final moments in her Clearwater, Florida home.
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Alley was diagnosed with colon cancer prior to her death and was seeking treatment — a battle she kept private from the public eye — at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.
Her two adult children- son William True Stevenson, 30, and daughter Lillie Stevenson, 28- announced that their “incredible, fierce and loving mother” had passed, as a result of her cancer, which they noted was “only recently discovered,” on her Instagram account.
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Alley’s ex-husband, “Baywatch” actor Parker Stevenson, also paid tribute to his “dear” ex-partner in a heartfelt message.
The actress was 71.