Sir Roger Moore’s stepdaughter

We are all with Roger and his family.

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His beautiful daughter Christina (aka Flossie) lost her battle with cancer 25 July at 10am. We are heartbroken.

Sir Roger Moore revealed his devastation today after his stepdaughter Christina Knudsen died aged just 47 with her family ‘surrounding her with love’.
The 88-year-old James Bond actor revealed that Miss Knudsen, also known as Flossie, lost her battle with cancer at 10am yesterday – and said the family is ‘heartbroken’ at her death.
Posting two pictures this morning on Twitter of his stepdaughter, who was half Swedish and half Danish, Sir Roger added: ‘We were all with her, surrounding her with love, at the end.’

She was the daughter of the actor’s fourth wife, Kiki Tholstrup, whom he married in 2002, and the first husband, the magnate Hans Knudsen. Before Moore, Kiki was also the wife of another wealthy businessman, Ole Tholstrup, also deceased, who inherited several properties in France and Italy.

The deceased was a degree in literature and philosophy from the University of Southern (California) had a master’s degree in contemporary art at Christie’s, and had gained a reputation as an interior designer. This Scandinavian blonde grew up in France but considered London as his home because he lived there for twenty years.

Cristina Knudsen was also a great horsewoman and she had seven horses. One, called Wesko, a champion ready to compete with New Zealand in the immediate Rio Olympics Games.

Roger Moore and Kiki Tholstrup habitually resident in Switzerland. Thanks to its role as agent 007 James Bond franchise for seven films, including The Spy Who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only, the actor made several humanitarian actions, especially for Unicef, which provided various honors.

Since 1991 he is an ambassador for Unicef in the United Nations and Queen Elizabeth II appointed him Commander of the British Empire in 1999 and Knight of the Order of the British Empire in June 2003. Al like his stepfather, the deceased worked for Unicef developing a philanthropic group for an organization called Global Guardians.

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