Kim Cattrall Ordered to Remove 'Liverpool Cleopatra' Inscription From Family Gravestone

The instruction comes almost two years after the former 'Sex and the City' star was accused of 'total lack of respect' by relatives for replacing the headstone in her family plot.

AceShowbiz - Kim Cattrall has lost a long-running dispute with relatives in Liverpool over a family gravestone.

The "Sex and the City", star, 62, was accused of a "total lack of respect" after replacing the stone in her family plot, according to the Daily Mail.

Cattrall had a stone specially commissioned and inscribed with her own name – and that of her father's, who died in 2012 – in the expectation that she would one day be buried there.

The star was born in Liverpool but her parents took her to Canada when she was three months old. She later moved to the U.S. when she was 16 to pursue her acting career.

The inscription on the stone referred to her as "the Liverpool Cleopatra" – a nod to her return to the city in a production of Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra" in 2010.

After almost two years of wrangling in an ecclesiastical court, Cattrall has now been ordered that her name and the Cleopatra reference be removed from the headstone.

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