Who is Chaia King? Wiki, Biography, Age, Larry King’s Daughter, Father Death, Family, Instagram

Chaia King Wiki – Biography

Chaia King was the daughter of television broadcaster Larry King with ex-wife Alene Akins. She co-wrote a children’s book, titled Daddy Day, Daughter Day with King in 1997.

Chaia King Age

Chaia was born in 1969. She died on August 19, 2020. She was 51 years old.

Family

Chaia was the daughter of Larry King and Alene Akins. She had four siblings: Larry King Jr., Andy King, Cannon Edward King, and Chance Armstrong King. She was the granddaughter of Edward Zeiger and Jennie Gitlitz.

Chaia King Death

Chaia died on Thursday, August 19, 2020, at the age of 51, after battling a chronic illness. A source told Page Six, “Larry and his three remaining children are distraught, and Larry’s still recovering from his own health issues from last year.” Another source added: “He did two live shows [of Hulu’s “Politicking with Larry King”]. It’s his way of processing.”

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“Losing them feels so out of order. No parent should have to bury a child,” King said. “My family and I thank you for your outpouring of kind sentiments and well wishes. In this moment, we need a little time and privacy to heal. I thank you for respecting that.”

He went on: “Losing them feels so out of order. No parent should have to bury a child. My family and I thank you for your outpouring of kind sentiments and well wishes.

“In this moment, we need a little time and privacy to heal. I thank you for respecting that.”

His granddaughter Jillian King previously said the family suspected her father Andy had suffered from a fatal heart attack.

Chaia King Cause of Death

Chaia’s cause of death was lung cancer.

Did Chaia King Smoke? – Chaia Lung Cancer

It is not clear whether Chaia was a smoker.

Husband

No information about Chaia’s husband is available. It is not clear whether she was married or not.

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