After her mother’s death last year, Olivia Newton-John’s daughter says she has “not been okay”

After her mother’s death last year, Olivia Newton-John’s daughter says she has “not been okay”

Since her mother’s passing last year, Dame Olivia Newton-John’s daughter claims she has “not been okay.”

Actress and singer Dame Olivia, who was born in Britain and raised in Australia, passed away in August of last year at the age of 73.

She gained widespread recognition for her role as Sandy alongside John Travolta in the 1978 smash musical Grease.

In an Instagram video, her daughter Chloe Rose Lattanzi, who is also an actress and singer, seemed to imply to her fans that she needed a month off from work to heal.

She said: “Since my mom’s passing, and the year and a half, with her going through cancer, I have not been okay.

“If I have forgotten to return your calls… I’ve had extreme memory loss.

“I’ve had difficulty getting out of bed.

“I’ve stuck to my commitments, but I’ve been neglecting myself.

“One of my mom’s biggest messages was take care of you.

“If you don’t take care of you, you cannot give your full capacity of love, wisdom, kindness, and power to everyone else.

“So, after the walk, I’m going to disappear for about three weeks, just to honour my mind, body and spirit, because I’m developing a little bit of health issues in my mind and my body.

“And I just wanted to say to anyone who I have been inconsistent with, I’m so sorry, I haven’t been consistent with myself, and I haven’t been taken care of myself.

“So in the spirit of my mother and the spirit of the wellness walk, I’m going to take a month to do that so I can be of complete service to everyone else.”

Lattanzi, 37, is Dame Olivia’s daughter from her first marriage to Matt Lattanzi, whom the actress divorced in 1995.

Dame Olivia wed John Easterling, a businessman and environmentalist, in 2008; they were united in marriage until her death.

At her property in southern California, she passed away “peacefully” while surrounded by loved ones.

The “beautiful and courageous” actress and singer received tributes from celebrities like Dolly Parton, Sir Elton John, and Mariah Carey.

A state funeral ceremony was also conducted in Australia.

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