Elizabeth Taylor’s Granddaughter Says AIDS Activism Gave the Late Actress ‘A Sense of Purpose’

Elizabeth Taylor’s Granddaughter Says AIDS Activism Gave the Late Actress ‘A Sense of Purpose’
Elizabeth Taylor defined classic Hollywood with Oscar-nominated performances in Butterfield 8, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and more. But the actress found her true passion in advocating for HIV/AIDS.

“She spoke of it as being something that finally gave her a sense of purpose,” Taylor’s granddaughter Naomi deLuce Wilding tells People. “She spoke of being relatively ambivalent about her fame and her acting career. She loved it, but when she found activism, it really made sense of her passion.”

On Monday, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation will support AIDSWatch 2019, marking the
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