- Influencer Kate Hudson has published on the death of her daughter Eliza in the face of a rare form of cancer.
- Chance Moore, Eliza’s father, documented her life on the TikTok account @heyeliza.
- For a GoFundMe started by Moore, Eliza was diagnosed with cancer when she was 10 months old.
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Influencer Kate Hudson announced on Instagram Monday that her daughter, two-year-old Eliza, has died of cancer. Eliza’s father, Chance Moore, documented the family’s trip with the girl’s cancer on the TikTok @heyeliza account.
Hudson is an Ohio-based influencer with more than 630,000 Instagram followers who often post about his life with daughter Eliza and boyfriend Chance Moore. On Monday, she shared that Eliza had died on Sunday, Father’s Day.
“Eliza Adalynn Moore,” Hudson wrote on Instagram. “My sweet girl. I don’t know how we can go on without you. I know we promised you we would be brave, just like you. But we are crushed. Even if we know we don’t suffer anymore or we don’t suffer anymore or frustrated by what life has to offer. it had become. “
According to Hudson’s post, Eliza was born on August 10, 2018, making her close to three years old at the time of her death.
The description of a GoFundMe organized by Moore, who currently has more than $ 78,000 in donations, says Eliza was diagnosed with a form of cancer known as rhabdoid tumor when she was 10 months old. Rhabdoid tumors are most common in infants and children and rare cancer is diagnosed in 20 to 25 new cases each year in the United States, according to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Moore documented Eliza’s life on the TikTok @heyeliza account, which has 5.5 million followers. The first video on the account dates back to March 2019, and Moore often posted videos where he tried to make Eliza laugh, starting with the phrase, “hey Eliza”.
Hudson announced in June 2019 that Eliza had been diagnosed with cancer and Moore began documenting Eliza’s visits and treatment at TikTok the same year.
June 9, Hudson published on having to start making decisions about Eliza’s funeral On June 12, she published about learning that Eliza’s cancer had spread and that there were “thousands” of rhabdoid tumor seeds in her right lung, heart and diaphragm.
She said she and her fiancé were informed that they had only been together for a few weeks to months by Eliza.
“I want to believe that I will wake up from this nightmare and be there holding our hands. Saying it was just a bad dream,” Hudson wrote on Instagram on June 20th.
“All I can say is that I miss my best friend the most,” Moore wrote Tuesday in an Instagram post.
Hudson and Moore did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.