Blogger Kate Hudson Mourns Her 2-Year-Old Daughter as She Died of a Rare Cancer on Father's Day
Social media influencer Kate Hudson’s daughter Eliza Adalynn Moore has reportedly died from cancer. Eliza passed on over the weekend on Sunday, June 20.
Blogger Kate Hudson is mourning her 2-year-old daughter Eliza Adalynn Moore as she died from rare cancer on Father's Day. She took to Instagram to pay tribute to her.
“When the links of life are broken, and a child has to part, there is nothing that will ever heal a parent's broken heart," Hudson captioned her post.
Along with a black and white photo she shared of her child holding her toy, she wrote, “Eliza Adalynn Moore, my sweet baby girl. I don’t know how we will go on without you. I know we promised you we would be brave, just like you.”
Hudson shared that they are broken, noting they know she is no longer suffering or in pain nor frustrated with what life had become.
She further explained that they knew she was dying but did not expect it to be sudden, but it happened eventually and that she was not ready to witness it.
"I woke up this morning, still half asleep, and reached for your hand. But you were not there. You left last night. In a van that took you away," she recalled.
The Ohio native and her fiancé Chance Moore documented their daughter’s battle with the disease on TikTok. The couple welcomed their baby girl in August 2018.
Eliza was diagnosed with a “sporadic and aggressive cancer known as rhabdoid tumor” when she was ten months old, according to a GoFundMe page.
The toddler’s parents shared a video on April 23 and told followers they have decided to stop their little one’s cancer treatment and to enjoy the little time they have together.
Moore revealed doctors told them they did not have much time with their princess. “We decided it was best for Eliza to end her heroic battle with cancer…and let her be a kid again,” he said.
According to MailOnline, the day after her cancer diagnosis in July 2019, Eliza had a kidney removed due to complications related to her tumor.
In February 2020, they posted a video of Eliza ringing a bell at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus after beating cancer. She was so happy about it that she ringed it for a second time.
Their followers viewed the clip more than 5.7 million times as both her parents cheered her on with her mother holding her and admiring her bravery.
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