American actress and author Diane Ladd was diagnosed with pneumonia in 2018, but revealed that she won’t stop writing while there is still air in her lungs.
Diane, 84, was told by her doctors that she had six months to live after being diagnosed with pneumonia, but she proved them wrong. After surviving well over six months, the 84-year-old even joked that she cheated on doctors.
Diane reminds Closer Weekly that her daughter, Laura Dern, burst into tears when she heard the terrible news.
According to her, her actress daughter told her that she could not die because she would feel lonely without her mother because she is her best friend.
She also revealed that during her recovery, she and her daughter began to make memories of them together by walking around and recording their conversations, which was a great experience for both of them.
They also started to write a book together called “Honey, Baby, Mine”. The title is taken from a song Diane’s father sang to her, which she also sang to her daughter.
The book is just one of a few new projects Diane is working on, and she doesn’t seem to be holding back anytime soon.
In February, Laura took her mother on a date to the 92nd Annual Academy Awards, and Diane couldn’t control the tears streaming down her cheeks after her daughter made her proud.
Laura won her first Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in the Netflix film “Marriage Story”. During her moving speech, the 53-year-old congratulated her parents by letting the world know they are her heroes.
Diane is also a happy and proud grandmother, but even though she loves the role, there is something that she hates just as much. Diane told Closer Weekly in an interview,
“I don’t like being called grandma. I feel like Shirley MacLaine doesn’t say grandma anymore.”
Laura, her mother and two children are in quarantine together, and they are having a lot of fun together while waiting for the pandemic to pass like the whole world.
Recently Laura shared a video of the four of them in the kitchen making chicken and dumplings while granddaughter Jaya Harper, 15, and grandson Ellery Harper, 18, have meals. notes from their grandmother.
Laura also shared photos of the family playing cards, writing that her mother will be proud of her son’s card skills.