Natalie Wood’s Daughter Didn’t Want Her To Go On Fatal Boating Trip
On November 29, 1981, actress Natalie Wood died in a tragic boating accident. She drowned off the coast of Catalina Island on the age of forty three.
At the time, Wood’s daughter with Richard Gregson, Natasha Gregson Wagner, was simply eleven years previous. In the newest concern of People, Natasha, now forty five, opens up about her last moments together with her mother, revealing that she did not need her to go away.
“I keep in mind she was getting dressed and placing [her perfume] Jungle Gardenia on,” she advised the journal. “They have been on the brink of go on the boat. I was hugging her and telling her I liked her and to have an incredible journey. She had an angora sweater on and it was very smooth. That’s my final reminiscence of her.”
She continued, “I had a humorous feeling. I do not know if it was simply being a toddler who did not need her mother to go away or what it was however I did not need her to go.”
Natalie set off on the boating journey together with her husband on the time, Robert Wagner, and her “Brainstorm” co-star, Christopher Walken. Her dying was initially dominated unintentional; it is believed that she slipped and fell into the water after an evening of consuming. However, in 2011, the investigation into her drowning was reopened.
Robert, now 86, additionally spoke to People concerning the tragic accident, saying, “We have been all so shattered by the loss.”
“I was in a state of shock for years,” Natasha added.
These days, she simply needs to maintain the reminiscence of her mom alive.
“She was actually humorous and she or he was fierce and she or he was pleased,” she advised People. “That’s how I keep in mind her.”
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