John Travolta, the legendary star of ‘Pulp Fiction,’ is on a path to rediscover love after the heart-wrenching loss of his beloved wife, Kelly Preston, in 2020. Sources close to the 69-year-old actor reveal that the incessant encouragement from family and friends has finally persuaded him to embrace life and let go of the pain he has carried for so long.
Since Kelly’s tragic demise and the loss of their son, Jett, in 2009, Travolta has been a shattered man. He has been consumed by the idea of reuniting with them in the afterlife, rendering him unable and unwilling to entertain thoughts of dating or falling in love again.
But now, it seems that a shift is occurring within him. Travolta is beginning to recognize that Kelly, as well as their close friends like Kirstie Alley, would never want him to suffer endlessly. “Kelly would have wanted to see him happy,” reveals an insider. This realization, combined with his desire to be strong and healthy for his children, Ella and Benjamin, is driving him to consider the possibility of finding companionship once again.
In a heartwarming family portrait shared on Instagram for Father’s Day, John, Ella, and Benjamin radiated warmth, showcasing the deep bond they share. Travolta often includes his children in his social media posts, proudly highlighting their achievements and exuding his affection for them. Following in her father’s illustrious footsteps, Ella has even ventured into acting, starring in movies such as ‘Old Dogs’ and ‘The Poison Rose.’
John and Kelly were married for more than 28 years, having met on the set of ‘The Experts’ in 1989. Together, they were blessed with three children: Jett in 1992, Ella in 2000, and Benjamin in 2010. Tragically, their family was forever altered when Jett passed away at the age of 16 during a vacation in the Bahamas. Although rarely discussed publicly, Jett’s untimely demise had a profound impact on John and Kelly’s lives.
While reports suggest that Travolta is open to dating again, a source insists that Kelly Preston will always remain the only woman for him. He believes that falling in love with someone else would be a betrayal of her memory. Consequently, he has essentially taken a vow of celibacy, resigning himself to a life without romantic love.
As John Travolta embarks on this next chapter of his life, he carries within him the memories of a love that transcends time. Through the unconditional love of his children, Ella and Benjamin, he finds solace and a reason to embrace life once more.