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Topic - Pierce Brosnan
After a three-year battle with ovarian cancer, Pierce Brosnan's daughter Charlotte has died, the actor told People on Monday. She was 41.
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"On June 28 at 2 p.m. my darling daughter Charlotte Emily passed on to eternal life, having succumbed to ovarian cancer," Brosnan told the magazine in a statement.
He also told her he fell in love with her, and that he was eager to move to Florida to live with her, the lawsuit said.