Kirstie Alley's children are auctioning her chosen possessions a year after her death.
True and Lillie Parker, Alley's children, told People about the occurrence on Tuesday.
“Our mom collected so many fun and unique things over her incredible life,” they stated. “We want to share some of them to spread her love of decorating.”
A short battle with illness killed interior designer Alley in December 2022. She was 71.
People reports that the “Property from The Collection of The Late Kirstie Alley” sale will run from December 21 to January 7. Items will include “primarily Alley's own household furnishings and salvage pieces gathered from her three homes in Maine, California, and Clearwater, Florida.”
Films like “Look Who’s Talking” and TV programs like “Cheers” and “Veronica’s Closet” made Alley famous.
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