Now that he’s experienced grief fully, he knows, “If I die tomorrow, the last thing I want to see is that everyone around is sunk.”
Travolta tells the magazine that his main priority is finding “joy” in life with his two kids Ella, 21, and Ben, 10, before adding that he’s particularly happy when listening to music or dancing.
The actor also recalls the time he and the late Princess Diana danced at a White House gala in November 1985. Travolta sets the scene for readers, describing, “Think of the moment. We are in the White House. It’s midnight. The whole stage is like a dream. I go up to her, touch her on the shoulder, ask her to dance.”
“She turns around and when she sees me she displays that captivating smile, somewhat sad, and accepts my invitation,” he continues. “And there we were, dancing together like in a fairy tale.”
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