Broadway actor Miguel Cervantes celebrates his and his wife’s daughter’s birthday, which was held a year after her death.
Miguel Cervantes paid tribute to his baby girl on her fifth birthday.
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Saturday we celebrated Adelaide’s 5th birthday. Sure there were tears but we tried our best to truly celebrate her. We planted a rose bush in her honor, listened to Frank Sinatra and ate cupcakes. My mom had a beautiful stone made that reads “Adelaide’s Garden” and I can’t wait for Spring to plant a full garden in her honor. We love you so much Adelaideybug ❤️🐞💜
Earlier this week, the Hamilton star paid tribute to his baby girl on her fifth birthday. Adelaide Grace died in October 2019 after battling infantile spasms. When she passed away, the toddler had just turned four.
“At times when many things are sad for all of us, today we celebrate.” On October 17, Miguel captioned his Instagram caption, and attached a picture of him holding a baby when he was born. Photo “Happy birthday to our little sister we are going to a party!!!”
In an interview with People this weekend, the actor described the special day he and his wife Kelly Cervantes planned to honor their daughter.
However, he pointed out that this celebration is not about the anniversary of the death of his child.
He explained that Adelaide Grace’s celebration happened just like this: a celebration. He revealed that he and his wife were surrounded by friends and family.
The 43-year-old actor also talked about an extremely difficult year especially for his family.
As he pointed out, he plans to go to Broadway in early 2020 and play the title in Hamilton. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, everything is suspended. In fact, it was announced earlier this month that Broadway will be closed until at least May 2021.
This will be an amazing story. We are four years old and we will be back to three years old.
What is that? What will it mean, and it How will it help us further spread the message of Adelaide. We are ready to take a leap in life.”
Fortunately, he is still doing what he likes. Miguel is currently the lead actor in the digital musical “Killer Party: Murder Mystery”.
“It doesn’t completely fill the gap, but it is a good way to build certain muscles. People are still passionate.
There is still singing, the way to dance and serve others. I don’t know what our art form looks like a step forward, so until then, we will sing and dance in the basement and hope that people will react to it.
All of us People just tried every means to solve this problem.”