Megyn Kelly reveals her 58-year-old sister died suddenly over the weekend of a heart attack.
Published on 24.10.2022
The list of public figures, singer, actor, sportsman and people is growing in general indignation, a macabre count of inflated and imaginary beginnings to make us swallow “the snake” of the so-called “covid” dead now turns into a real morbid count of “sudden deaths” due to vaccines never named here by the NYP, to date. And now have done what to stop them, a PASS?
The NYP reports that Megyn Kelly reveals that her sister died suddenly: “Say a prayer for my mother”.
It was a tearful Megyn Kelly who announced on her podcast on Monday that her older sister, Suzanne Crossley, died of a heart attack on Friday. “Something really sad happened in my family over the weekend,” Megyn Kelly said as her voice cracked at the start of her SiriusXM podcast on Monday.
“My sister is dead,” Kelly said. “She was 58 years old. Her name was Suzanne Crossley and she died suddenly of a heart attack on Friday. »
Kelly, 51, said her sister “hasn’t been in very good health for the past two years”.
“It was just one kind of problem after another,” Kelly said.
“So it was sudden and unexpected.”
Kelly said after hearing the news on Friday, she went to hang out with her mother, Linda Kelly, and her other siblings.
“It was really hard,” she recalls. “It was extremely moving.”
“As all the moms and dads out there know, that’s not the order it’s supposed to happen in,” she added.
Kelly said she plans to spend more time with her family after Monday’s podcast. Crossley’s funeral is scheduled for Tuesday, according to his sister. Kelly told her listeners on Monday that she considered skipping her show on Monday due to the family tragedy.
“But for me, it’s better to be here,” she said of her decision to air her show as planned. “Maybe you can understand, but it’s more cathartic to work.” Doing the podcast “gave me a few hours where I can take my mind off things,” according to Kelly.
She said she would talk more about Crossley “later this week, when I’ve had a chance to think more.”
Kelly said her sister’s death was “a reminder to hug the people you love” and that life is “short and tenuous”.
“We can’t all be perfect for [rester proches des gens que l’on aime] “, she said. “But we can make a little effort, day in and day out, to send a text or return a call.”
Kelly admitted that “I’m never very good at it.”
“So it’s a big reminder to me of how fleeting things are and how we get upset over things that don’t matter.”
According to his obituary, Crossley, originally from Nyack, NY, grew up in Syracuse and Albany. She had three children – Christopher, Brian and Emily Crossley – and a grandson, Brom Crossley.
“Family was the center of Suzanne’s life and she was adored for her caring, witty and wise interactions with all those she loved,” according to the obituary published in the Times-Union of Albany.
“She was extremely creative, loved arts and crafts and any play with the family.”
“She was a fierce rummy player and had a keen eye for those trying to make double five at Dominos,” according to the obituary. “She loved to make fun of herself and taught her children to laugh no matter what life throws at you. »
In addition to her famous sister and mother, Ms. Crossley is survived by her brother Peter Kelly and half-brother Paul Kirwan.