Olivia Newton-John, 72, Proves Age Is Just a Number in a Throwback Photo with Her Daughter
Grammy Award winner Olivia Newton-John stunned fans with an epic throwback snap of herself and her daughter on social media. The singer is living proof that age is just a number.
On June 16, Olivia Newton-John was hailed for her ageless beauty when she uploaded a throwback photo of herself and her daughter Chloe Rose Lattanzi from 1986.
In the charming photo, the 72-year-old is seen looking directly into the camera and smiling while carrying her then 3-month-old baby, Chloe, who inherited her talents.
Olivia Newton-John at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel on January 25, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images
"Pick up the summer issue of [Instyle Magazine] featuring me and my beautiful [Chloe] when she was a baby!" Newton-John captioned the snap that has amassed more than 31,600 likes.
According to the "Let Me Be There" songstress, the photo is from when she took Chloe to Hawaii in 1986 with her sister. Newton-John added that Chloe had her first swim in the ocean and played in the sand on the beach in Honolulu.
Fans loved her photo and flocked to the comments section to praise the star's one-of-a-kind beauty. One gushed: "Absolutely Beautiful! God Bless you both."
Newton-John shares Chloe, who also become a great singer and actress, with actor Matt Lattanzi. The multi-awarded singer gave birth to her daughter in January 1986. In 2008, she tied the knot with John Easterling.
According to Chloe, the music legend means so much to her.
Meanwhile, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Newton-John, who lives in California, had been forced to stay away from her Oregon-based daughter. In August, the doting mother finally reunited with Chloe after more than three months of being apart.
In a heartwarming clip uploaded on social media, the mother-daughter duo can be seen running towards one another as they gave each other a warm embrace.
Although they both wore masks, Newton-John and Chloe chose to avoid hugging face-to-face to limit the potential spread of the novel coronavirus disease.
In May, Chloe admitted in an interview that it was tough to be away from her global superstar mom on Mother's Day. According to Chloe, the music legend means so much to her.
Calling her mom her "best friend," Chloe has never left Newton-John's side as the "Grease" actress undergoes treatment for her cancer. Three years ago, Newton-John revealed she had cancer for the third time.
Chloe said her mother, who has sold an estimated 100 million records worldwide, has consistently given her affection, and that being with her during difficult treatment procedures was the least she could do.