Famous chef Maggie Beer breaks her silence after the tragic death of her 46-year-old daughter Saskia to thank fans for ‘the overwhelming outpouring of sympathy and support’
Maggie Beer thanked her family, friends and fans for their support, six days after the death of her daughter, Saskia.
The famous chef suddenly announced his death on social media at the age of 46.
“Dear family, friends, fans and followers, thanks,” wrote the 75-year-old Thursday in an emotional Instagram post from her team.
Gratitude: Maggie Beer thanked her family, friends and fans for their support, six days after the death of her daughter, Saskia
“The overwhelming outpouring of sympathy and support for Maggie, Colin and family during this tragic time is really on the move.
“We thank everyone for continuing to respect the privacy of the family and we will post again soon.”
The message was shared with a photo of Maggie and Saskia cooking together in the kitchen. The two women shared a mutual love of food.
The post also stated that Maggie’s team had kept its lucrative business while the family took time to mourn.
“The Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop team and MBP kitchens keep things running perfectly for which we are truly grateful,” it ended.
Maggie announced her daughter’s sudden death at the age of 46 earlier this week on Instagram.
“It is with broken hearts that we all have to let you know that our beautiful, extraordinary daughter Saskia died unexpectedly but peacefully in her sleep on Friday night,” she wrote.
Tragically: Maggie announced the sudden death of her daughter at the age of 46, earlier this week on Instagram
‘We demand time / space when we are struggling to process our loss and appreciate all the support we have received. Maggie, Colin and family. “
In addition to Saskia, Maggie also shares another daughter, Elli, with her 50-year-old husband, Colin Beer.
“Saskia inherited my instinct for food, which I inherited from my father. Her knowledge from agriculture to cooking is great, “Maggie proudly said The Australian Women’s Weekly in November 2018.
“Saskia inherited my instinct for food, which I inherited from my father. Her knowledge from agriculture to cooking is great, “Maggie proudly told the Australian Women’s Weekly in November 2018