‘SHOCKING LOSS’ Mean Girls star Lacey Chabert’s sister Wendy has died at the age of 46, according to the actress. ‘Our hearts are crushed,’ she adds.
Wendy Chabert, MEAN Girls actor Lacey Chabert‘s sister, died at the age of 46, leaving the actress “fallen hearted.”
The actress shared the heartbreaking news on her Instagram account on Tuesday.
The death was verified by the Texas Coroner’s Office, according to The Sun.
As toxicology reports are being processed, no cause of death has been identified.
Wendy, 46, and her two boys resided in Texas.
Wendy was going through a divorce at the time of her death, according to The Sun.
Wendy divorced her spouse, Shane, in August of this year.
The status of the case is “pending.”
She had previously sought for divorce in 2010 and 2017, but both cases were dismissed.
PAIN OF A SISTER
Lacey sent a heartfelt message to her late sister Wendy, writing: “My lovely sister, Wendy.”
“We love and adore you more than we can ever say, and we will continue to do so forever and ever and ever. “Our hearts are shattered into a million pieces that I don’t know how we’ll ever put back together now that you’re gone. “We love and adore you more than we can ever say, and we will continue to do so forever and ever and ever.
We are heartbroken as a result of the tragic loss. “Please remember our family, particularly her two sons, in your thoughts and prayers. “Our lives will never be the same without my beautiful sister, but we cling to Jesus’ promises that we shall be together again in eternity. Thank you a million times.”
Lacey’s post was swamped with condolences from loved ones.
Bethany is a One Tree Hill alum. “I’m very sorry Lacey,” Joy Lenz said, “sending you love and praying for your family.”
“Love you Lacey,” Ali Fedotowsky of The Bachelorette wrote. Today and always, I’m here for you.”
“Oh my Lacey!” said Tamera Mowry, star of Sister, Sister. Please accept my heartfelt apologies! I’ll be praying for you, Wendy’s family, and yours!”
“I’m saddened and heartbroken!” Melissa Joan Hart said in her statement. Lacey, please accept my heartfelt apologies! I’m sending you a lot of love.”
LIFE OF LACEY
Lacey, 38, first gained fame as Gretchen Wieners in the adolescent comedy Mean Girls, and has since been a well-known Hallmark actor.
She’s starred in hundreds of films for the network, including A Christmas Wish (2016), Christmas in Rome (2019), and Love, Romance, and Chocolate (2019). (2019).
Last year, Mean Girls fans rejoiced when the actors reunited to reprise one of the film’s most iconic sequences.
Lindsay Lohan, who has 8.6 million Instagram followers, shared the footage with her 8.6 million followers, as she and her co-stars taped their sections from their homes.
Lindsay’s character Cady and Rachel McAdams’ character Regina George are discussing Gretchen Wieners candidacy for Spring Fling Queen in a scene from the 2004 film.
After slamming Gretchen for her lack of beauty, Regina goes on to call Karen Smith, played by Amanda Seyfried, “a s**t.”
Lindsay, 34, reads from a screenplay on her couch while the footage moves back and forth between the movie and the current day.
Gretchen was listening in on the phone the whole time, as fans of the film will recall, and as Regina hangs up, she calls Karen and indicates that someone has said something negative about her.
Lacey and Amanda are both seen hanging out at home as they prepare for their roles, with Amanda, 34, resting on her bed.
Karen mistakenly complains about Gretchen to Gretchen, believing she’s on the other line with Regina, as the movie goes.
Regina earlier told Cady she was going to bed when she actually wanted to go out with Karen.
Karen alters her mind when Gretchen tells her what Regina just said about her being a “s**t.”
Karen’s classic false cough is followed by Regina’s equally remembered response: “Boo, you wh**e!”
ANNIVERSARY OF THE 16TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 16TH ANNI
Soon after the reconstruction, several members of the cast gathered to commemorate Mean Girls’ 16th anniversary, although one participant said it was “awkward.”
Regina’s ex-boyfriend Aaron Samuels, portrayed by Jonathan Bennett, recognised that the virtual part of the reunion was strange.
“It was a moment!” he remarked of the reunion, which was mediated by Katie Couric.
“Because here’s the thing: we haven’t all seen each other in 16 years, and to be together for the first time on Zoom – it’s awkward enough to see each other for the first time; you want to say so many things but it’s even more awkward when you’re on a Zoom call because you’re waiting for the person to speak and you don’t want to interrupt.”