Larry King Reveals Cause Of Deaths After Two Of His Children Die Within Weeks

Legendary television presenter, Larry King, tragically lost two of his children within a matter of weeks.

Now, King has broken his silence – revealing the cause of their deaths in a heartbreaking statement.

King is a true veteran of journalism – both on radio and television.

From 1978 until 1994, King hosted The Larry King Show, a radio show where King would interview someone and then take calls from the public.

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Later, he hosted Larry King Live from 1985 until 2010 and the nightly TV show was CNN’s most watched and longest-running program, with over one million viewers nightly.

In the past few weeks, King has had some awful news. Two of his five children died within just days of one another.

His son, Andy, died suddenly a couple of weeks ago, aged just 65, and then his daughter Chaia died shortly afterwards.

An insider revealed the awful news:

Larry and his three remaining children are distraught, and Larry’s still recovering from his own health issues from last year.

Larry still has three surviving children, and he’s been married eight times.

King has since broken his silence, revealing the cause of deaths of his two children.

In a statement, King wrote:

It is with sadness and a father’s broken heart that I confirm the recent loss of two of my children, Andy King, and Chaia King. Both of them were good and kind souls and they will be greatly missed.

Andy passed away unexpectedly of a heart attack on July 28th, and Chaia passed on August 20th, only a short time after having been diagnosed with lung cancer.

Losing them feels so out of order. No parent should have to bury a child.

My family and I thank you for your outpouring of kind sentiments and well wishes. In this moment, we need a little time and privacy to heal. I thank you for respecting that.

Our thoughts go out to Andy and Chaia’s family and friends at this hard time.

Rest in peace.

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