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Olivia Newton-John Remembered By John Travolta, Husband John Easterling on Her Birthday

Olivia Newton-John was beautifully honored on Monday on what would have been her 74th birthday. Both her husband, John Easterling, as well as her former co-star, John Travolta, penned touching tributes to her on Instagram. For Easterling, he chose to reflect on the wonderful times he spent with the late actress beforeshe died in August. «I remember the first birthday when we were together and I took Olivia on a week-long adventure in the Out Islands of the Bahamas surrounded by a beautiful, peaceful, spectacular turquoise water,» he wrote, noting that they chose to stay in a secluded house with no roads, that required boat travel for anything they would need. “There are so many islands there you almost always have an island in sight when you’re out on your boat.

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