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Orlando Bloom posts heartfelt message for grandma

ANI | Updated: Oct 06, 2018 00:26 IST

New Delhi [India], Oct 6 (ANI): Hollywood star Orlando Bloom paid a heartfelt tribute to his 98-year-old grandmother Dorrie.
Taking to his Instagram, 'The Lord of the Rings' star shared a series of photos of him visiting his grandmother and kneeling beside her bed. The pictures showed him planting a kiss on her hand and holding her gently.
"Cherish the memories and moments and celebrate and respect the life," he wrote. "We all smile we live we laugh and we embrace a grandmother a mother a sister an aunt a wife a girlfriend a daughter a friend a child a newborn. We are born we grow old we get sick and we die. This we know. So love and give love."
The star then took a trip down memory lane, sharing happy memories he had shared with his grandmother.

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cherish the memories and moments and celebrate and respect the life we all smile we live we laugh and we embrace a grandmother a mother a sister an aunt a wife a girlfriend a daughter a friend a child a newborn we are born we grow old we get sick and we die this we know so love and give love...98 years and I'm so glad I got to be a part of them and as I lie awake pondering and knowing that she too will pass soon now perhaps before I wake I pray I smile I shed a tear or two at the memories of Sunday lunch with Yorkshire pudding (she made it the best) and roast potatoes and beans from the allotment and pudding and humbugs and walks in the fields or along the canals and knitted cardigans the love and history I am so grateful for my grandma Dorrie I love you ??

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"98 years and I'm so glad I got to be a part of them," he continued. "And as I lie awake pondering and knowing that she too will pass soon now perhaps before I wake I pray I smile I shed a tear or two at the memories of Sunday lunch with Yorkshire pudding (she made it the best) and roast potatoes and beans from the allotment and pudding and humbugs and walks in the fields or along the canals and knitted cardigans the love and history[.] I am so grateful for my grandma Dorrie. I love you."
On the work front, Bloom will next be seen in John Ridley's time-travel drama, 'Needle in a Timestack' with Frieda Pinto and Leslie Odom Jr. (ANI)

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