Ella Travolta Has Made Her New York Fashion Week Debut And Her Father John Travolta Is ‘So Proud’ Of Her
New York Fashion Week marks the debut of Ella Bleu Travolta when she is all grown up.
The 22-year-old appeared on the runway show for the Cara Loves Karl collection by Karl Lagerfeld on Sept. 17, as her father, John Travolta, shared the news on social media. He posted a stunning photo of his daughter on the runway, captioned, “So proud of Ella’s debut at New York Fashion Week!”
Her fans immediately pointed out that she looks just like her parents, Travolta and Kelly Preston.
She looks just like her handsome dad, according to a fan.
As another user said, “This photo reminds me of her mother.”
‘It looks just like John and Kelly,’ commented another.
She’s a model, actress, and singer. Her latest single is “Dizzy” and she appeared alongside her dad in the movies Old Dogs and The Poison Rose.
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An adorable family photo of the model and her late mother on the Dumbo ride at Disneyland was included in the model’s Mother’s Day tribute on Instagram in May 2022.
I am thankful for the women in my life who have taught me so much. I miss and love you, mom. Happy Mother’s Day!
In 2020, Preston died of metastatic breast cancer after battling it for two years. Since then, he has been speaking about how to cope with grief with his children. In Hart to Heart, Travolta recounted how his 10-year-old son, Ben, expressed fear that his actor father would die soon after losing his mom to him.
The star of Pulp Fiction and Grease recalled that he once told her, “I’m afraid you’ll live to be 67.’ I told him, ‘Well, it’s a very different thing.’ And we went over the differences of my longevity versus her limited lifespan.”
“But you know, Ben, you always like the truth, so I’m going to tell you the truth about life.” Travolta continued. Nobody knows when they’re going to leave or when they’re going to stay. Your brother left at 16 too young. Your mother left at 57. That was too young. “But who knows? I could die tomorrow. You could. Anyone can.”
The actor ended his remarks by saying, “So let’s just accept it as part of life. You don’t know exactly. You just do your very best to live as long as possible.”
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