John Travolta’s Daughter Ella Calls Him Her ‘Hero’ In Tribute…


For Father-Daughter Day, Ella Travolta wrote a message to her “hero” father. Take a look at her wonderful message.

On Father–Daughter Day, October 10, John Travolta’s daughter wrote a touching homage to dad. In a beautiful Instagram post on Sunday, Ella, 21, referred to her famous father, 67, as her “hero” and “best friend.”

For the occasion, the actor’s daughter, whom he welcomed with late wife Kelly Preston, uploaded a photo from their appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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John Travolta with wife Kelly Preston and daughter Ella at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival

Ella captioned the photo, “Happy Father-Daughter Day to my idol, my best friend.” “I adore you, Daddy,” I say. “Happy Father–Daughter Day Ella!” John captioned the photo he posted on his Instagram account for the event. “Words can’t explain how much I adore you!” The adorable photo was taken during the duo’s press tour for their upcoming crime thriller Poison Rose.

Along with Ella, John and his late wife, who died in July 2020 at the age of 57 following a two-year fight with breast cancer, have a 10-year-old son, Benjamin. They also had a mutual friend, Jett, who died in 2009 at the age of 16. Their autistic eldest son died after having a seizure at the family’s holiday home.

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The touching tributes follow John’s frank discussion with Kevin Hart in his Peacock series Hart to Heart in August, in which he discussed his longtime wife’s death. Following Kelly’s death, the Pulp Fiction star revealed that he had a conversation with his son Benjamin about mortality, stating that his kid had told him that “since mom died gone, I’m worried you’re going to.”

“‘Well, it’s a very different thing,’ I answered. “And then I went over the distinctions between my longevity and her limited life,” John explained to the comic, adding that he had told his son that death is an inevitable part of life. “No one knows when they’ll leave or when they’ll come back. ‘Your brother left when he was 16 — he was too young,’ I added. At the age of 57, your mother left.”

“You were far too young for that.” But who are we to say?” John went on. “I told you I could die tomorrow,” he said. It’s possible. Anyone can do it. So, let us consider life, and the fact that [death] is a part of it. You see, you have no idea what you’re talking about. You simply do your best to live as long as possible.”

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