Tanya Roberts was ‘full of positivity’ for the year ahead before she collapsed on Christmas Eve and passed away.
The 65-year-old actress is best known for being a Bond girl in A View To A Kill, alongside Sir Roger Moore as well as being a Charlie’s Angel and starring in That ’70s Show.
Tanya reportedly “collapsed after walking her dogs on Christmas Eve” with TMZ reporting that she was “taken to a hospital” where she died after failing to get better.
Before her tragic passing, Tanya was full of well wishing and hopes for the future, as her Instagram page shows a number of posts asking her fans to “stay safe” and enjoy what 2021 has in store.
The actress remembered Roger Moore in her last post, just 24 hours before her death, as she shared a throwback snap from A View To Kill, in which she is sharing with the legendary James Bond actor in a scene from the film.
A couple days before that, as she saw out 2020, Tanya celebrated the dawn of 2021 with a photo of her with fireworks exploding and “Happy New Year 2021” emblazoned across it.
She captioned the photo collage: “Hope you have a great and safe New Year! #staysafe #wearamask #newyear2021”
Before that, Tanya was celebrating her own beauty with a couple of throwback pics showing her in powder blue outfit, which she had captioned: “Petty in blue”.
She was inundated with comments from fans pointing it that it should be “pretty” and not “petty” but it might have been a twisted play on words rather than a spelling error.
After Tanya was admitted to hospital, her representative told TMZ that Tanya was “put on a ventilator, but never got better” though her death was unrelated to Covid-19.
The actress passed away at a hospital in California.
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