Two days after the world was hit with the heartbreaking news of actor Ray Liotta‘s death, his beloved fiancée Jacy Nittolo is speaking up for the first time about the immeasurable loss she suffered.
Nittolo and Liotta were engaged and the “Goodfellas” star’s last public sighting was with the love of his life.
Ray Liotta’s Fiancée Mourns His Heartbreaking Demise
In an Instagram post shared on Saturday, Nittolo uploaded a carousel of photos depicting the lovely moments she spent with Liotta while he was alive.
The lovebirds couldn’t keep their hands off each other as several images in the slideshow showed the late actor planting sweet kisses on his woman’s face.
The pair also shared a core sense of family values as they were often seen surrounded by their kids, making such a beautiful blended family.
In the accompanying Nittolo chose to focus on the beautiful love they share, writing, “My life these past couple of years have been nothing but truly magical. Ray and I share a deep love that I will cherish in my heart forever.”
She continued, “We laughed daily and we were inseparable. The chemistry was wild in the best way. He was everything in the world to me and we couldn’t get enough of each other.”
Praising his impeccable character, she concluded her tear-jerking message, writing, “He was the most beautiful person inside and out that I’ve ever known…and even that is an understatement.”
Fans and friends of the couple camped under the comments section, sending their condolences to Nittolo. One follower wrote, “I am so sorry for your loss❤️,” while another added, “Thinking of you and sending you so much love.”
Another comment read, “Been thinking about you guys ❤️ sending you all my love,” while this fan added, “Our condolences & prayers are with you and your family. 🙏🏼”
Meet Jacy Nittolo, The Love Of Ray Liotta’s Life
The “Field Of Dreams” star suddenly passed away at the age of 67 on Thursday, May 26, 2022, while away in the Dominican Republic.
As The Blast previously covered, the Hollywood star was in the Caribbean nation filming the upcoming movie, “Dangerous Waters” when he reportedly died in his sleep.
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No foul play was suspected and no further details have been shared about the cause of death. While making his last film, Liotta was surrounded by love as he has Nittolo by his side.
The pair traveled to the Dominican Republic together and in some of his last photos, he was seen holding her hand as they ran errands.
Liotta and Nittolo got engaged in 2020 and were set to walk down the aisle together soon. In December 2020, the New Jersey native shared the news of their engagement via a social media post.
He wrote, “Christmas wishes do come true. I asked the love of my life to marry me, and thank God she said yes!!!”
During a 2021 appearance on “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” the late star revealed that he met Nittolo through his only daughter, Karsen.
Apparently, Karsen set her father up during a party they attended and the rest is history. Unlike her late fiancé, Nittolo kept a low profile so not much is known about her.
However, from her social media profiles, it is known that she is 47 years old and resides in Malibu. Despite their 20-year-age gap, the pair shared a close bond and never shied away from showing each other off on social media.
Nittolo, who is believed to hold a managerial position, has four children from previous relationships — Dax, 24, son Chazz, 22, daughter Jade, 19, and son Joey, 11.
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Since the news of Liotta’s passing broke, many industry giants have paid their respects to the outstanding actor. His “Shades of Blue” co-star Jennifer Lopez remembered him in a touching post.
She opened up about the bond they shared on set, how kind he was to her kids, and the lessons she learned from him as her on-screen partner-in-crime.
“We lost a great today … RIP RAY … it’s so sad to lose you what seems way to soon … I will remember you always. Sending so much love and strength to your daughter Karsen, your family and all your loved ones,” Lopez wrote in her touching tribute.