Julianne Hough mourns the death of her two “babies” Lexi and Harley

Julianne Hough, The two Cavalier King Charles Spaniel died on September 28th. However, Julianne Hough did not explain how this devastating story occurred. Julianne Hough shares her love for her two dogs Lexi and Harley passed away at the end of September.

Judge America’s Got Talent, 31, on Saturday announced the tragic news on Instagram, thanking her “babies, [girls]” for having loved her so much over the years. The two Cavalier King Charles Spaniel died on September 28th.

 

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Pure love is real, it existed through us. My heart expanded and felt the truth of what is possible. I am forever grateful. Thank you for your love. Thank you for being my babies, my daughters. Thank you for choosing me. Thank you for teaching me how to be your mother. Thank you for allowing me to give and receive love. Thank you for your kisses. Thank you for your blessings every single minute of every single day. Thank you for your souls. Thank you for protecting me. Thank you for letting me protect you. Thank you for protecting each other. Thank you for the timeless memories. Thank you for your magic. Thank you for being the most consistent and constant beings in my life. Thank you for being you. Thank you for being my guardians on this earth and even more so now. I’ve never experienced a love like ours. I miss you I love you forever Now You Are Free Lexi July 21 2008 – September 28 2019 Harley March 28 2011 – September 28 2019

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“Pure love is real, it has existed through us. My heart expanded and I felt the truth about what is possible. I’m forever grateful, “Hough told a series of photos and videos of his beloved pets.

 

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It is with the heaviest heart that I share with you the passing of our beloved dogs Lexi and Harley. Their tragic passing has left my wife and I heartbroken. Lexi and Harley were not just pets to us, they were our children, and we loved them as such. They were the purest example to love that I have ever seen. They showed me that true love did exist in the world. The way they loved their mom @juleshough and the way she loved them back was the first time I knew that there was hope for me to have love in my life. And they accepted me into their little family, and helped me become a dad for the first time. The past 2 weeks have been filled with tears of sorrow, and tears of joy. The immense pain we feel by their loss is due to the overwhelming love we had for them. Every single beautiful part of them will be missed, but we trust that they are in a better place now, and can still feel their presence in our hearts. I want to thank the many people who have helped see us through the past 2 weeks. The outpouring of love and support we have received from our family and friends has helped heal our hearts. I am eternally grateful for everyone who has held space for my wife and I to grieve and mourn. There are too many names to list, but you all know who you are, and know that we couldn’t have made it through this without each and everyone of you. In the most sincere way possible, thank you very much. Thank you to @kristysowin, @derekhough, and @camilaforeroo for going above and beyond what we could ever imagine asking of you. There simply are no words to express our gratitude, we love you deeply and are so grateful for you. Thank you to my wife for allowing me to share in their world, and trusting me to be their dad. I wasn’t perfect, but I loved them with every ounce of my heart. And thank you Lexi and Harley, for teaching me grace, softening my heart, and showing me love. You are perfect, and may you Rest In Peace. ❤️🐶🐼🐺💑❤️

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“Thank you for your love Thank you for being my babies, my daughters Thank you for choosing me Thank you for teaching me to be your mother Thank you for allowing me to give and receive love”, says -he. Thank you for your kisses Thank you for your blessings every minute Thank you for protecting me Thank you for allowing me to protect you Thank you for protecting us mutually.

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Hough continued, “Thanks for the eternal memories. Thank you for your magic Thank you for being the most consistent and consistent creatures of my life. Thank you for being like you are. Thank you for being my guardians on this earth and even more so now. ”

This is not the first time that the singer and dancer shares dedications with his dogs on social networks. In 2018, Hough counted twice when his dog Lexi had not left him after a laparoscopy to treat his endometriosis. In the first image, from 2008, “my baby angel LEXI was only a few months old,” wrote Hough.