Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi announces plans for Wellness Centre


Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi announces plans for Walk for Wellness in her late mother’s honour alongside cousin Tottie Goldsmith: ‘I want to carry the torch for my mama

Chloe Lattanzi has teamed up with her cousin Tottie Goldsmith to endorse the Walk for Wellness in her late mother’s honour. 

Chloe encouraged fans to participate in the fundraiser, which will raise funds for the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness Centre. 

Posting the news to Instagram on Monday, the singer and marijuana farmer, 36, said she wanted to ‘carry the torch’ for her mum. 

Chloe Lattanzi (right) has teamed up with her cousin Tottie Goldsmith (left) to endorse the Walk for Wellness in her late mother’s honour. Chloe encouraged fans to participate in the fundraiser, which will raise funds for the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness Centre

‘I am so grateful and filled with joy to be working with my beautiful cousin @tottie_goldsmith,’ she wrote in the caption.

‘I want to continue to carry the torch for my mama. Her dream was for kinder wholistic treatments for cancer, and to finally put an end to all the suffering cancer causes for countless beings around the planet,’ she went on.   

Chloe added: ‘I love you mama. I miss you every day. And I feel you wrapped around me every moment guiding my every move. Please share this with as many people as possible. Sending you all oceans of love. Chloe’. 

Posting the news to Instagram on Monday, the singer and marijuana farmer, 36, said she wanted to 'carry the torch' for her mum

Posting the news to Instagram on Monday, the singer and marijuana farmer, 36, said she wanted to ‘carry the torch’ for her mum

Newton-John (left) died in August after a brave and public decades-long battle with cancer in which she was diagnosed three times in 1992, 2013 and, for a final time, in 2017

Newton-John (left) died in August after a brave and public decades-long battle with cancer in which she was diagnosed three times in 1992, 2013 and, for a final time, in 2017

Tottie also posted the video to her own Instagram, writing:  ‘What a beautiful way to celebrate Liv’s birthday today in Oz by announcing @chloelattanziofficial jumping in with us to continue her mama’s dream, her legacy. 

‘To say I’m happy is an understatement! I love you Chloe and excited to hold hands and keep mamas dream shining bright. You’re courageous and beautiful’. 

Additionally, Tottie announced that Chloe would be joining her to work with the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness Centre in future. 

Tottie explained interested people can register the Walk For Wellness website and bring their pets for the event on October 9th at the Alexandra Gardens in Melbourne. They can also take part online if not in person. 

'I want to continue to carry the torch for my mama. Her dream was for kinder wholistic treatments for cancer, and to finally put an end to all the suffering cancer causes for countless beings around the planet,' Chloe said

 ‘I want to continue to carry the torch for my mama. Her dream was for kinder wholistic treatments for cancer, and to finally put an end to all the suffering cancer causes for countless beings around the planet,’ Chloe said 

Newton-John died in August after a brave and public decades-long battle with cancer in which she was diagnosed three times in 1992, 2013 and, for a final time, in 2017.

Chloe made headlines earlier this month when she revealed she had married her fiancé James Driscoll ‘years ago’ in a secret ceremony officiated by her late mother. 

The actress shared a never-before-seen video to Instagram earlier this week of the private ceremony which took place in the Bahamas. 

Chloe made headlines earlier this month when she revealed she had married her fiancé James Driscoll 'years ago' in a secret ceremony officiated by her late mother. All pictured

Chloe made headlines earlier this month when she revealed she had married her fiancé James Driscoll ‘years ago’ in a secret ceremony officiated by her late mother. All pictured  

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