Kirstie Alley’s Husband Recalls Their Time Together

Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley passed away on Monday, after battling cancer for a short period. She lost her battle with cancer at 71 years old. She became famous with her role as Rebecca in Cheers. Parker Steveson shared a heart-wrenching post on Instagram remembering his late wife Kirstie Alley.

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Kirstie Alley was married to Parker Steveson from 1983 to 1997. She met Parker at a bar without realizing he is an actor and told her friend sarcastically that she would die for him. Parker Stevenson was so charming that Kirstie couldn’t help but approached her and their story began in a Bar.

Though it was Kirstie’s second marriage but didn’t make it any less special. Kirstie and Parker adopted two children William in 1992 and Lillie in 1995. They loved her to death, later William and Lillie shared how incredible and inspiring their mother was. How she was always excited about life’s journey. She was iconic on and off screen, and never let anyone feel left out. Kirstie Alley enjoyed her time with her children and grandchildren immensely. She was an adventurous person, who held a strong personality. She loved animals even more.

She will be remembered every day and inspired so many people, and touched so many lives. Kirstie Alley was so delighted after the birth of her first grandchild Waylon Tripp Parker in 2016, the son of William True Stevenson. In 2021 her daughter Lillie welcomed her first child Ripp Woodrow graham. 

Kirstie Alley used her first husband Bob Alley whom she married in 1970 and continued till 1977.

In Parker Stevenson’s post, he wrote how the incredible time they have spent together, and she made him a great father and a grandfather. And not only that he is grateful for the little time they get to spend together.