R.I.P. Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor

23 Mar


February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011

The beautiful Elizabeth “Liz” Taylor died early this morning  at the age of 79 years old in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center due to congestive heart failure. Elizabeth Taylor was the last of the iconic Hollywood beauties that defined what a real movie stars looks like. She was known for her regal beauty that she embodied on and off-screen, her massive collection of jewelery, humanitarianism, on-screen talent, her immortal fight from death, and of course her many marriages. 

Who wouldn’t want to marry Elizabeth Taylor? She was a women with beauty, grace, virtue, talent and class. Many would say that she was also known for her “Hollywood lifestyle” but I just see it as her living her life in a limitless fashion in the public eye. She was what women should look up to during her time. With her toughness, grace, brain, independence, sex appeal and her way of calling the shots on her terms. Elizabeth Taylor came in this world with grace and she exited out with grace. She will be truly missed.

My condolences and prayers goes out to her family and friends.


3 Responses to “R.I.P. Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor”

  1. AyPee March 28, 2011 at 2:25 am #

    Great Picture choice in your article


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