If you hang out on social media, you may have seen Days of our Lives fans and others paying tribute to one of their own, who passed away recently. Well, the sad news reached Sal Stowers, who knew the woman and she wanted to honor this special fan as well.
Sal Stowers Pays Tribute
Fans of her character’s (Lani Price Grant) pairing with Lamon Archey’s Eli Grant, are quite passionate and giving — and always appreciated by the stunning star. So when she heard that one, in particular, Kimberly King (known on Twitter by her handle @DarieaWife), had died, Stowers took to her Twitter account to write her own thoughts on the sad news after sharing what Twitter user @ariet_alp had written about it.
“Sweet Kim,” she began. “This is absolutely heartbreaking. I am so sorry to hear this. She was truly beautiful and just so wonderful to Lamon and I. Honored to have [shared] this special moment with her.” That special moment was a chat via Zoom that @ariet_al had attached a picture of in the original post — that you can see below — in which Stowers and Archey can be seen happily chatting it up with King and other fans.
“Thank you for loving us the way you did Kim,” continued Stowers. “You have forever touched my heart. 🕊” The beautiful actress also replied to the original Tweet she shared saying, “My love and prayers are with @DarieaWife family.” Soap Hub sends condolences to all of Kimberly King’s family and friends and especially Sal Stowers during this difficult time.
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Sweet Kim. 🥺 This is absolutely heartbreaking. I am so sorry to hear this. 🙏🏽♥️ she was truly beautiful and just so wonderful to Lamon and I. Honored to have share this special moment with her. Thank you for loving us the way you did kim. You have forever touched my heart. 🕊 https://t.co/nERa2J108U
— Sal Stowers (@SalStowers) January 12, 2022