EXCLUSIVE: Kathy Hilton On Elizabeth Taylor: ‘She Will Be Remembered And Missed Very Much’

Kathy Hilton spoke with RadarOnline.com to express her fond memories of the screen legend – and one-time member of the Hilton family.

“I think everyone is going to miss her. She was an icon and a lovely, charitable woman,” Kathy told RadarOnline.com exclusively.

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the two-time Academy Award-winning actress passed away early Wednesday morning of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after being hospitalized for six weeks.

In 1950, the then-18-year-old budding actress wed the first of seven husbands, hotel heir Conrad “Nicky” Hilton — the grandfather of Kathy’s husband, Rick.

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The stunning bride wore a $1,500 satin wedding gown to her Beverly Hills nuptials which was given to her as a gift by MGM studios.

“In several charity events I did she was the first to make a donation,” remembered Kathy, who will be starring next in daughter Paris’ reality show on the Oxygen Network.

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Taylor famously donated personal items for Kathy Hilton’s Wishing Tree charity, including diamond and sapphire jewelry and even her gently worn and signed Stuart Weitzman shoes.

“Whenever I asked for something she was unbelievably generous in participating in several of my charity events.

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“She was a beautiful, talented, wonderful woman we’ve all grown up with,” said Kathy. “She will be remembered and missed very much.”


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