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On Wednesday, Sophie Perry, Luke Perry's 18-year-old daughter, talked about the death of her beloved actor-father in social media.  "A lot has happened to me this past week," wrote Sophie, the actor's only daughter and youngest kid, on Instagram Tuesday. "It all goes so fast. I came back from Malawi just in time to be here with my family. Over the past 24 hours, I have received an overwhelming amount of love and support. "
According to Sophie, she has received hundreds of" beautiful and heartfelt messages "about her father, and although she can not answer everyone, she wanted everyone White: "I see them and appreciate all of you for showing positive feelings to my family and to me."
In this situation, it's something you've never been taught a lesson how to handle, above all if everything happens in public, so join us and know that I'm grateful for all the love. "
Sophie is not the only person who shares her love and admiration for Perry after his death. His co-stars from the hit show of the 90s 90210 also mourned in social media.
"I struggle with this loss and have a hard time with my thoughts," wrote Shannon Doherty, Perry's love interest in the series, in an emotional Instagram post on Tuesday. "That's currently impossible."
Jennie Garth, another 90210 alum, said to the people : "My heart is broken. He meant so much to so many. Such a very special person. I share my deep sadness with his family and all those who loved him. Such a terrible loss.
Perry died Monday after suffering a severe stroke at the age of 52. He was reportedly surrounded by his two children, Sophie and Jack, and his girlfriend, ex-wife and friends, and extended family at the time of his death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 800,000 Americans suffer strokes each year, and an estimated 140,000 of these cases are fatal.
As the CDC notes, signs of stroke include the following things that happen suddenly:
- Deafness or weakness in the face, arm or leg – especially on one side.
- Difficulty walking.
- Difficulty in speaking or understanding the language.
- Difficulty seeing.
- Strong headache.
If you or anyone near you seems to be suffering from any of these symptoms, call 9-1-1 immediately.