Monday, Megyn Kelly reported that her sister, Suzanne Crossley, age 58, had passed away.
“Something really sad happened in my family over the weekend,” Kelly said during her SiriusXM podcast on Monday.
“My sister died. She was 58. Her name was Suzanne Crossley. And she died suddenly on Friday of a heart attack,” she said.
“She hasn’t been in very good health over the past couple of years. Just like sort of one problem after another. So it was sudden, and it was unexpected,” she said.
Kelly stated that she traveled to the Albany region, where her sister resided.
“I went up, got news of it right after the show, and went right up there and was there with my mom and my brother Paul and my nephew Brian, one of her three kids when she passed.”
“So, it was really hard. It was extremely emotional. My poor mom. As all moms and dads out there know, this is not the order in which this is supposed to happen,” she said.
Kelly said she was unsure at first about doing her show on Monday, but decided to go ahead.
“Maybe you can relate, but it’s more cathartic to work,” she said.
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Kelly said her sister’s death was “a reminder to hug the people you love.”
“How short and tenuous life is. And how important it is to stay close to the people you love. You know, we can’t all be perfect on that front, but we can make a little effort day by day just to, you know, shoot a text or return a call. I’m never very good at that. So it’s a big reminder to me,” she said.
She spoke about “how fleeting things can be.”
“And how we get ourselves so upset over s**t that doesn’t matter. This is one that does. And then you of course find out who your friends are. And who the jerks are in a situation like this too.”
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“Between now and the next time I talk to you live if you spare a prayer for my mom and my sister’s kids. And my sister’s one grandchild. I’d sure appreciate it,” she said. CONTINUE READING…