Justin Timberlake Sends Wedding Cake 5,000 Miles To Sick Grandfather !

Personally, I am a huge family person! My Family still lives in Boston and when I moved away to begin my career in radio years ago it was one of the hardest things that I have done! With that in mind, it is so great to see that someone like Justin Timberlake, who has been in the limelight since a very young age, is still so family oriented.  So often we only get a chance to hear about when celebrities do bad things and or get arrested etc! Therefore, it is great to come across a story like this!

Justin Timberlake actually flew a piece of cake from his wedding over 5,000 miles to his sick grandfather!  His grandmother went on to say:

“I couldn’t go to the wedding. Justin was heartbroken but I couldn’t leave my husband Bill, who is ill in hospital. I’m so sorry I had to miss it but
I talked to Justin and Jessie and they understood that I couldn’t leave Papa. So Justin told me he was making me an album of photos and sending me some cake. They called me on the day and I congratulated them and told Justin, ‘Thank you for giving me this beautiful new granddaughter.’ It was a shame it wasn’t in America but they had more privacy in Italy, where they are now enjoying a holiday. They had a beautiful day. Jessica’s such a beautiful girl. I just love her. They are coming here real soon and will show me the pictures.”


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