AceShowbiz - %cLindsay Lohan%, %cAlyssa Milano%, %cSean Astin% and several other celebrities took to social media to remember %cPatty Duke%, who died of sepsis from a ruptured intestine on Tuesday, March 29. The "Mean Girls" actress mourned the death of Duke by uploading a photo of the Oscar winner along with her memorable quote.
"For the first time, I lived alone... in a luxury apartment on Sunset Strip. For a few days I loved the idea, but I got lonely and restless. God bless #pattyduke for her honesty - I was there once years ago... Love you. Always," Lohan captioned the photo.
Milano also paid tribute to the late actress, who was 69 years old at the time of her death, by posting a message on Twitter. "Rest with the Angels, Patty Duke. Thoughts and prayers are with all that love her," she wrote. Meanwhile, Duke's son Astin posted a photo on facebook along with a heartfelt message in which he expressed his love for his late mother.
Rest with the Angels, Patty Duke. Thoughts and prayers are with all that love her.— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) 29 March 2016
"I love you mom," he wrote alongside the family's statement about Duke's death. "This morning, our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, matriarch and the exquisite artist, humanitarian, and champion for mental health, Anna PATTY DUKE Pearce, closed her eyes, quieted her pain and ascended to a beautiful place."
Duke, who once appeared as a guest star on Disney Channel's "Liv and Maddie", was also remembered by the show's stars. %cJessica Marie Garcia% uploaded on Twitter a photo of herself embracing Duke which she captioned, "Devastated by the loss of a legend. #PattyDuke blessed us all w/ her kindness & talents. May God bless u & ur family." %cJohn Beck% also sent his condolences by uploading a photo on Instagram as he dubbed Duke "sweet lady."
So unbelievably saddened to hear about the passing of Patty Duke. We only had her for a week on the set of #LivAndMaddie but she touched our lives forever. "Liv and Maddie" would not exist without Patty. As the saying goes, "We stand on the shoulders of the Giants who have come before us." She was our Grandma, our hero, our inspiration and the person we most wanted to make proud, long before we even met her. And it is an incredible honor that she chose our show to be the first time she played twins since her iconic series "The Patty Duke Show." The world is a little less bright without this legend, this icon, this sweet, sweet lady. You will be missed, Anna.