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Elizabeth Taylor's Grandson Is All Grown-up and Inherited Her Exceptional Beauty

Monica Otayza
Aug 17, 2021
11:45 A.M.
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Elizabeth Taylor is known as "The Queen of Hollywood" and won many awards during her acting career. Now, however, her grandson Quinn Tivey is the one stealing hearts.


Elizabeth Taylor remains celebrated for her outstanding career spanning decades, which included films such as “Ivanhoe” and “Cleopatra." However, she is also idolized for her entrancing and timeless beauty.

Her name is synonymous with the Hollywood Golden Age, and her legacy lives on in her children and grandchildren. One of her grandkids, Quinn Tivey, is now being noticed for his gorgeous looks. 

A portrait of Elizabeth Taylor And Montgomery Clift from the film "A Place In The Sun" in 1951 | Photo: Getty Images



Quinn Tivey is one of Elizabeth Taylor’s ten grandchildren, who was once interviewed for calling his grandma "raunchy." Surprisingly, he does not post pictures of himself often and instead chooses to focus on his work. 

Tivey is currently upholding the family legacy by being an ambassador of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. He is continuing the charity work his grandmother began and is often seen at its events and galas with the rest of the family.



Elizabeth Taylor first made her movie debut in "One Born Every Minute" in 1942, before achieving stardom through "National Velvet" in 1944. Years later, she won Academy Awards for her roles on "Butterfield 8" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" 

She was born in London, England, to American parents before becoming one of Hollywood's most celebrated stars. Her career spanned over six decades, with characters that showcased her ability to take on emotionally charged roles.



Taylor wed hotel heir Conrad "Nicky" Hilton Jr. when she was 17. This union didn't last long, and she went on to marry actor Michael Wilding in 1952. In total, she got married eight times in her life, twice to actor Richard Burton. 

Taylor was the subject of headlines throughout her career, with the press eating up stories about her several failed marriages. Through it all, however, she continued to get projects left and right. 



Two of Taylor's children, Michael Wilding Jr. and Christopher Edward Wilding, are products of her second marriage, while her third marriage bore her a daughter, Liza Todd, Tivey's mother.

While her on-again/off-again relationship with Richard Burton was the most publicized, the couple had no biological children. Together, they adopted daughter Maria instead. 



Now, Tivey is hard at work with the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, which aims to provide direct care for people living with and are affected by HIV and AIDS. According to Tivey, this work is important to him because it was a vital part of his grandma's legacy. 

With Tivey, Taylor's other grandchildren often join forces to try and carry on the legacy of the late actress' activism. Ultimately, they are inspired by the fact that their grandmother used her fame to do something powerful, which is to stand up for others. 

Taylor's clan has been honoring her through their charity work since she passed away at the age of 79 on March 23, 2011. She died from congestive heart failure, and while she is gone, she is constantly remembered by many.