“I can’t begin to describe the pain I feel,” Chabert wrote on Instagram. “Words cannot express my heartache.” She shared a picture of her sister from their childhood, adding in another caption: “Our hearts are broken into pieces and we will be forever grateful for everything Wendy gave us.”
Lacey Chabert, who starred in Mean Girls, has announced her sister Wendy’s tragic death on twitter.
Lacey Chabert of Mean Girls is grieving the death of her sister (Photo: Paramount Pictures/Lacey Chabert).
Lacey Chabert, who starred in Mean Girls, has announced the death of her sister Wendy.
The actress, who is best known for her role as Gretchen Wieners in the adolescent comedy, shared the news of her sister’s’shocking loss’ on Instagram.
Lacey paid homage to her elder sister in a heartfelt letter, writing that their family’s “hearts are broken into a million pieces.”
Lacey added, ‘We love and cherish you more than words can express, and we will continue to do so forever and ever and ever.’
‘We are heartbroken as a result of the tragic loss.’
“Life will never be the same without my darling sister,” Lacey added, “but we cling to Jesus’ promise that we shall be together again in eternity.”
Wendy’s family, ‘particularly her two sons,’ is being kept in her friends’ and followers’ hearts and prayers, according to the actor.
Lacey’s heartfelt note to Wendy was accompanied with a stunning flashback picture of Wendy from 1994, the young lady beaming broadly for the camera.
Lacey’s friends, fans, and followers, including other actors and past co-stars, have expressed their heartfelt condolences on the tragic news.
Lacey’s Mean Girls co-stars sent their sympathy to her. (Photo courtesy of Paramount)
Tamera Mowry, of Sister Sister fame, expressed her sadness at the news, writing, “I’m very sorry.”
She wrote, ‘Praying for you, Wendy’s family, and your family.’
Tahj, Tamera’s younger brother and a Disney Channel star in his own right, also expressed his sorrow and asked for God to “give his healing strength to you and your family.”
‘I am so incredibly sorry Lacey,’ commented American TV star Debbie Matenopoulos, who co-hosted Hallmark’s Home & Family program with Lacey in 2020.
‘My heartfelt condolences to you and your family, and you are all in my thoughts [and] prayers.’
Wendi Mclendon-Covey of The Goldbergs commented that she was’so sad,’ while Danny Franzese of Mean Girls, actor Will Kemp, and Candace Cameron Bure and Marla Sokoloff of Full House all sent their sympathies.
Chrissy, Lacey’s elder sister, is her only sibling.
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Lacey recently shared a childhood flashback of herself and her two sisters on Instagram for National Sisters Day, remarking about ‘how much I adore them.’
‘They are the finest big sisters I’ve ever had, and I thank God every day for them.’
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Frequently Asked Questions
What happened to Lacey Chabert sister Wendy?
A: Wendy Chabert is retired from acting.
Who is Lacey Chaberts sister?
A: Lacey Chaberts sister is Alexandra Shipp