Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Son Tweets Sweet Message After His Mom's Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Last week, actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 56, announced she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Since the announcement, support for the “Seinfeld” and “Veep” star has been overwhelming, but it was her oldest son, Henry, who followed up with one of most endearing statements on Twitter.
In the tweet, which included a childhood photo of him and his mother, Hill posted: “I couldn’t be more thankful for the outpouring of support for my mom yesterday.”
I couldn’t be more thankful for the outpouring of support for my mom yesterday. Here’s a picture of us taken last year. Love to you all. pic.twitter.com/Kd2QrE4Qb4
— Henry Hall (@henryhallmusic) September 29, 2017
Louis-Dreyfus responded to her “boy with good manners,” that she too, is thankful.
I’m thankful, too. And also thankful for my dear boy with good manners. https://t.co/l8qH7Sgwvj
— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) September 29, 2017
The Emmy-winning star also received some supportive shout-outs from a few famous friends.
We Veeps stick together. Jill and I, and all of the Bidens, are with you, Julia. pic.twitter.com/JP0c2wtrJ6
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) September 28, 2017
Julia is one of the most talented, most giving, most empathetic people that I’ve had the pleasure to meet. That she takes this news and turns it to help others is of no surprise. Get well, Boss. We love you. #fuckcancer https://t.co/3NTr31nKmz
— Timothy Simons (@timothycsimons) September 29, 2017
You’ve been there for us. Now we’re here for you.
— NU Men’s Basketball (@NUMensBball) September 28, 2017
Julia, you’re in our thoughts and our hearts. Inspired but not surprised to see you using your platform for good in this difficult moment.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 28, 2017
In her diagnosis announcement, Louis-Dreyfus stated, “1 in 8 women get breast cancer.”
Just when you thought… pic.twitter.com/SbtYChwiEj
— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) September 28, 2017
According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 40,610 women will die from breast cancer this year. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Know the signs and symptoms and please get checked. Early detection is key.
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