Kate Spade's brother slams speculation over sister's mental health issues

Kate Spade's brother slams speculation over sister's mental health issues

Kate Spade's brother slams speculation over sister's mental health issues

The 53-year-old comic-and-actor was left devastated when his sister-in-law Kate Spade died in an apparent suicide on Tuesday (05.06.18) but he pressed on with his comedy gig at the Brea Improv Comedy Club in Brea, California, on Friday (08.06.18) because he didn't want to let down his fans.

The letter has gone viral, with thousands of people sharing it on social media.

Andy, Kate and David Spade together on the red carpet in 2001.

Andy Spade said he had conversed with his wife the night before she was found dead in her Manhattan apartment and she "sounded happy".

The source said: "Right now we are all looking for answers and are so anxious for her young daughter".

So even though she did make a ton of money in the initial sale of the company, Kate was still "in a golden prison". "This was a serious mamma dream come true".

"Her statements paint a picture of someone who didn't know her at all".

To Delaney the impact Ms. Spade had was not just about the products she created, but the experience.

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"Brilliant", the mum recalled telling herself. "I met her once and she ironically is from Kansas City, like I am", he said. Spade, 55, addressed her daughter in the note, according to two New York Police Department sources.

"Then, she saw it. She was effervescent. Hug your loved ones extra tight today".

" ... We'd get sooo close to packing her bags, but - in the end, the "image" of her brand (happy-go-lucky Kate Spade) was more important for her to keep up", Ms Saffo said. We are deeply heartbroken and miss her already. "And lay those smiles in your lap".

Spade's suicide this week rattled the fashion world where she made her name, largely on her eponymous handbags - the cornerstone of an accessories business that eventually grew to billion-dollar prominence.

"I'm sorry that some are still scared by mental health, Kate". "Sometimes you simply can not SAVE people from themselves!" she wrote. Their 13-year-old daughter, Frances Beatrix, was at school. "I kinda feel guilty now for feeling so much happiness that day, wondering now if you were perhaps sad that day".

That Ms. Spade had a tormented heart breaks hers, wrote Delaney.

"Whenever an artist of any kind passes, it's a common thing that you see; demand for their products increases and average price also increases", said Ms Kamini Lane, chief marketing officer of the Santa Monica-based company. But I did get the most loveliest [sic] black purse to match the black in her earmuffs.

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