Courtney Stodden Visits Marilyn Monroe’s Grave After Miscarriage
On the 54th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death (Aug. 5, 2016), Stodden was seen visiting the late actress gravesite at Westwood Village Memorial Park in Los Angeles. Clad in white dress, nude heels and red lipstick, the 21-year-old visited the cemetery to place flowers and a letter addressed to Monroe on the Some Like It Hot star’s headstone.
“This world can be cold and cruel but in my saddest moments, I think of you and I’m suddenly filled with your light — you beautiful light!” Stodden penned in the note. “It gives me strength and determination to carry on… no matter what.”
“You’re in my heart and my nature,” she continued. “Maybe one day, my wish will come true and we’ll meet in another lifetime… in another place.”
In late July, Stodden also mourned the loss of her unborn child by writing a letter as a way to grieve.
“My precious Angel,” the letter began, “I never had a chance to hold your tiny hand. Never will I get to kiss your little warm feet. Never will I have the fortune to look into your precious eyes.”
“I’ll never get over this… losing you,” she shared. “I hope that you know I wanted to give you life… a beautiful life — and desired so much to watch you grow into an incredible human being.”
“I know that you’re my guardian angel. You’ll forever look over me,” Stodden, who was pregnant with her first child with husband Doug Hutchison, concluded. “My tears may never stop falling like drops of rain whenever I think of losing you but I pray to God that you know how much I love you.”