connectVideoCharo the man of Kjell Notches dead of apparent suicide
Various reports say that the Spanish-American singer Charo’s husband Kjell Beams, died on Monday of an apparent suicide at the age of 79 years. According to TMZ, a self-inflicted gunshot wound was the cause of the death. Charo and We had been married since 1978 and had one son, actor and producer Shel Beams. Charo the representative asks for respect for the family’s privacy at this time.
Singer and actress Charo thanked her fans for their support and prayers, a month after her husband, Kjell Notches, died at the age of 79.
“Hola amigos, it’s been a month since my husband died,” the Spanish-American singer started in her video message.
“It’s been a very, very hard. I want to thank you with all my heart for your help, your prayers and your support. That keeps me”, “The Love Boat” star said in an Instagram video.
She continued to say that her husband supported her music, because he knew, that was when she was her happiest.
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“I want to share with you that I will continue [to perform] for his inheritance and the love I have for entertaining that make people happy,” she said as her voice began to crack.
Charo concluded her message by thanking her fans to be there when she really needed it.
“Thank you with all my heart and God bless you all. I really need you and you were there,” she said.
On Feb. 18, All died by suicide within the couple’s California home. Charo, whose real name is Maria del Rosario Pilar Martinez Molina Baeza, and We wed in 1978. Charo said in a statement through her representative that her husband had suffered from health problems.
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The 68-year-old singer and actress urged others suffering from depression to get help.
“None of us had any idea how this can happen to such a wonderful, kind and generous man,” the actor said in a statement to Fox News. “Please, if someone you know and love is suffering from depression or illness, keep them close, tell them that you love them with your whole heart, and that of the world is because they are better. Get all the help you can. Suicide is not the solution.”
Fox News’ Katherine Lamb contributed to this report.