Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain was photographed in a stunning princess outfit to celebrate her 26th birthday. You can view the photo below. Her father Kurt only lived to be 27.
Frances Bean Cobain suggested the death of her father, Nirvana icon Kurt Cobain, had taught her not to fear dying.
Kurt died in 1994, when Frances was 18 months old, and she has no living memories of him.
“Man! I feel like an 108-year-old monk sometimes,” she told the Irish Independent in a recent interview. “I feel that often times I connect deeply with people with old souls. This is my 150th time in the human experience! I’m not doing it again, though. I feel like I have a deep spiritual understanding that most people probably don’t.”
Asked where that feeling came from, Frances replied, “It probably has something to do with an early onset exposure to death, and being very accepting of that. I’m not fearful of that at all. … I’ve always been accepting of death. When I had animals when I was little, I would get very sad, but I always understood that it was a very natural part of life. And in a way I am sort of grateful for it, because recently I had to put my dog down.”
She said her boyfriend at the time had a “very emotional attachment” to the pet. “He took it a lot harder than I did, because I recognize that it was a natural thing, and he was suffering and holding on to his pain was selfish,” she said. “And I recognized in my ex-boyfriend that he was having a harder time than I was, even though it wasn’t his dog. It was my dog!”