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Kirk Douglas, 101, Lovingly Gazes at 8-Month-Old Great-Granddaughter in Sweet Generational Photo

By ALEXIA FERNANDEZ

 

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Cameron Douglas/Instagram

 

It’s all in the family!

 

Kirk Douglas spent some family time with one of the youngest members of his family.

 

The screen legend, 101, smiled down at his great-granddaughter Lua Izzy at his home in a photograph shared by his grandson, Cameron Douglas, on Instagram Tuesday.

 

In the black-and-white photo, the 8-month-old baby girl sat by her great-grandfather’s feet as Kirk, who wore sunglasses, lovingly gazed at her and held out his hand.

 

Full Story: https://people.com/parents/kirk-douglas-great-granddaughter-generational-photo/

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13 hours ago, lanng khao said:

I'm Spartacus...

Sent from my SM-G955F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
 

 

7 minutes ago, soistalker said:

I'm Spartacus!

 Boys , Boys. You cant both be Spartacus, one of you has to be "The Indian Fighter"

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5 minutes ago, geriatrickid said:

The gentleman suffered significant facial paralysis from his stroke. He has a frozen face such that he appears to smile, when he is not.

Spoiler alert.

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I knew an old lady in Plymouth years ago , insisted on her 100th birthday to walk to a special dinner from the lobby to the second floor of a hotel. When asked if anything bothered her she said ' My son doesn't come to see me much ".    Her son was 83 and lived 20 miles away bless.

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1 hour ago, geriatrickid said:

The gentleman suffered significant facial paralysis from his stroke. He has a frozen face such that he appears to smile, when he is not.

Better to be frozen in a smile then a frown would you not say ?

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1 hour ago, geriatrickid said:

The gentleman suffered significant facial paralysis from his stroke. He has a frozen face such that he appears to smile, when he is not.

And apparently wrote a very inspiring book on his recovery called 'My Stroke of Luck'.

 

Not read it myself, but it's reported to have helped many people in similar situations

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