Contemplating the End

By Richard Mineards   |   April 23, 2020
Julia Louis-Dreyfus mulls final chapter (photo by Neil Grabowsky)

Montecito actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus‘ battle against breast cancer inspired her commitment to fight climate change.

The Seinfeld co-star, 59, says her “near death experience” made her think about the impact she wanted to make on the world.

“Once you’ve faced a near-death experience like that you do begin to realize that at some point you’re going to be out of here,” she tells People. “We all are. So how best to spend my remaining time on this planet?

“I never thought I was immortal, but you don’t spend a lot of time thinking about the end of your life.”

Morale and Matrimony

Queen Elizabeth‘s granddaughter, Prince Beatrice, 31, wants to boost Britain’s morale during the coronavirus pandemic.

Beatrice, who has just cancelled her wedding next month to millionaire Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 37, at the Chapel Royal in St. James’s Palace, given the small number of guests the couple would have been allowed, now wants the nuptials to take place next year with a much larger morale boosting event, like her 30-year-old sister, Princess Eugenie‘s wedding to wine merchant Jack Brooksbank, 34, in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor.

Stay tuned…

Stay Inside

Former TV talk show titan Oprah Winfrey has warned African Americans to take the coronavirus outbreak seriously as “it is ravaging our community.”

“It is important for black people to understand pre-existing conditions like diabetes and asthma put them at greater risk if they contract the virus,” Montecito’s most famous resident warned.

Oprah, 66, also voiced concern for her own health and said she was staying indoors at her East Valley Road estate because she suffered pneumonia last year and her lungs “never fully cleared,” she told CBS This Morning.


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