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STAR LOSSES: CELEBRITIES WHO PASSED AWAY FROM COVID

2020 is coming to an end, and for all of us, without exception, it has become, probably, one of the most difficult and strange in the past few decades: the coronavirus not only disrupted our plans, but also took the lives of many people . Today we decided to remember the celebrities who left this world, unable to cope with covid.

Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma (Spanish princess)

One of the first representatives of the royal family who died due to COVID-19 was the cousin of the Spanish king, Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma. The woman suffered a severe illness, the progress of which the doctors could not stop. The inhabitants of Spain called Mary “the red princess”: Bourbon-Parma was in favor of a socialist monarchy. The princess was never married, as she adhered to rigid feminist views all her life. Maria died at the 88th year of her life.

Sergio Rossi (Italian designer)

Probably everyone has heard of the famous shoe brand that Rossi patented when he opened his first workshop back in 1968. The famous stiletto sandals, which Rossi developed almost independently, have become almost a separate trend in shoe fashion. Many designers tried to replicate this model, but Sergio’s original model is still in the highest demand. The designer sought to emphasize the beauty of a woman’s leg in any way available to him. Unfortunately, the master could not overcome the covid, Rossi died on April 2, 2020. He was 85.

Lee Fierro (actress)

We all remember the furious Jaws that Steven Spielberg gave us. It was in this film that Fierro got the very role that would glorify her all over the world: Lee played a woman whose son was the victim of a killer shark. The actress also received a positive test result for COVID-19, unfortunately, the woman was unable to overcome the virus and died at the age of 92 on April 5, 2020.

Lucia Bose (actress)

Italian star of the middle of the last century. Bose was born on January 28, 1931, after 16 years the girl became the winner of a beauty contest, and three years later she got her first film role. One of the most outstanding films in Bose’s career is Satyricon, directed by the great Federico Fellini. Lucia passed away from coronavirus on March 23 this year at the age of 90.