Kelly Preston Jett Death

August 18, 2011 by Post Team 

Kelly Preston Jett DeathKelly Preston Jett Death, Kelly Preston and John Travolta experienced every parent’s nightmare when her autistic son Jett died of a stroke at 16 years old. In a new interview with Health magazine, Preston, 48, reveals how he got through the tough times to appreciate the joys of motherhood once again. And when asked what helped him most, Preston said that was based on the trifecta of family, friends and religion.

“Johnny is definitely my rock,” says Preston, who was married to Travolta, 57, in 1991. “Kirstie (Alley) is one of my best friends all. My mother, my brother. And to be honest, the heart of Scientology. I do not know if I would have made it through without her. We were able to navigate through him and get to a place that is much better. ”

The year after the death of Jett in 2009, Travolta learned that Kelly was pregnant again. And the November 23, 2010, she gave birth to the baby Benjamin.

“We’ve been trying for several years, and then, of course, there was a time when they were not, and then we started trying again,” said Preston. “When I found out I was pregnant, I was amazed. I escaped the bed and then woke up again and Johnny in bed. The two began to mourn. It was wonderful.”

Her eldest daughter, Ella Bleu, 11, also was grateful – for a different reason.

“I love my children. Johnny and I love you forever,” says the proud mom. “She’s like, ‘Mom, ugh Thank God I had Ben, because now he can take some of the kisses! And Johnny sings for them – a lot of Tony Bennett and Barbra Streisand.”

The actress, soon to be starring opposite her husband and daughter in Gotti: In the Shadow of My Father, says he’s “always wanted to be a mother,” since care at age 11. She even has a tendency to take those around her, as the last song co-star Miley Cyrus.

“Miley sent me a message the other day and said,” I am still taking my vitamins, mom second! “She calls me mom second,” Preston account.

To honor the memory of Jett Travolta and Preston have founded the Jett Foundation to help children with special needs. Preston said that Jett has lost her gratitude for every moment of motherhood – and taught him some lessons in life that takes into account every day.

“Do not worry about small things. Love your children as if it could be the last time,” says Preston. “Johnny and I really give our children the space to discover what they are – to make their own decisions and experience the joys of life.”

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