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'Fragile' Ray Liotta's fiancée shares heartbreak weeks after Goodfellas actor's death
In one photo, the couple could be seen holding hands during a candlelit dinner.Other photos included one which showed the pair wearing brown hats as they holidayed together.One snap showed them lounging with members of their family on a sofa.She wrote on the picture-sharing website earlier today: “It’s hard to believe a month has gone by.“There are no words to properly describe what one goes through with this type of unexpected loss.“I miss him every second of every day.“Each day my hint of some light is being with our children - Dax, Karsen, Chazz, Jade & Joey.“Through such deep pain, I find so much love and laughter. Our lives right now are so fragile yet we are each holding each other up.”She finished off the caption, explaining it felt as if they were “one big blended family”.The legendary gangster actor died in the Dominican Republic during filming for Dangerous Waters, a movie about a sailing holiday spiralling out of control.Jacy was in the country with the star when he died.Ray was best known for his performance in Martin Scorsese’s 1990 film Goodfellas.He played Henry Hill alongside Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.The movie was a critical success, earning six Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, with Pesci, 79, winning for Supporting Actor and Martin Scorsese, 79, getting his third nomination for Best Director.Lorraine Braco, 67, who played Ray’s wife in the mafia film paid respects to her former co-star on Twitter.She wrote: “I am utterly shattered to hear this terrible news about my Ray.“I can be anywhere in the world & people will come up & tell me their favorite movie is Goodfellas.“Then they always ask what was the best part of making that movie.
Robert De Niro opens up about exciting Tribeca comeback - exclusive
making its long-awaited return to in person red carpets and screenings.MORE: Robert De Niro and Benjamin Millepied suit up for new Ermenegildo Zegna campaignThe film debut of choice for its exciting opening night was none other than Jennifer Lopez' highly-anticipated Halftime documentary, which follows her multi-decade career with a focus on her Super Bowl Halftime performance in 2020.HELLO! had the opportunity to attend the global premiere, and exclusively spoke with the one and only Robert De Niro about his hopes for the festival – looking out for guests as he revealed fears over returning to public gatherings.WATCH: The trailer for J.Lo's Halftime documentaryMORE: Meet the hotelier! Robert De Niro's luxury hotelsThe Academy Award winner founded the iconic festival in 2002 alongside Jane Rosenthal, who was also in attendance, and Craig Hatkoff, in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in Lower Manhattan, in hopes of sparking a cultural and economic revitilization in the city.As he presented JLo's movie, he made note of the parallel between the emotional reason behind the festival's inception and how as it makes its return to in person gathering for the first time since the pandemic, he once again felt the urge to reinvigorate the New York film community.Robert was in good spirits during the red carpet, looking dapper in a blue polo shirt and gray jacket, and while he was excited about the incredible turn out, he couldn't help but express concern over the crowds.