A 'beautiful love tale': John Laws farewells his 'princess' Caroline
By Julie Power
As veteran broadcaster John Laws arrived in the funeral of their spouse, Caroline, their old mate Russell Crowe stopped him.
Carefully reaching over, Crowe hugged the 84-year old broadcaster that is 2SM straightened Laws' layer and did up a few buttons from the radio legend's coat.
Russell Crowe leans up to hug and do up some buttons on broadcaster John Laws' coat in the funeral of Caroline Laws on Tuesday. Credit: Peter Rae
The marriage that is 40-year-long Laws and their spouse, Caroline, ended up being a "beautiful love story", mourners stated during the funeral at St Mark's Anglican Church in Sydney's Darling Point on Tuesday.
It began almost 70 years back whenever Laws first came across Caroline, the girl referred to as 'the princess' to their audience. She ended up being 11. Laws stated he had been 15.
"She simply stopped walking. And believed to me personally. 'i believe we love one another. The same as that. And now we did', " Mr Laws composed in the region of solution for the funeral today for Mrs Laws.
Mrs Laws passed away from cancer tumors. She had been 82. She ended up being farewelled by Alan Jones, Laws' rival from the radio, the 'real Blue" singer John Williamson, previous Prime Minister Paul Keating, 2GB radio's Ben Fordham and tv presenter Kerri-Anne Kennerley.
Through the solution, Crowe recalled Mrs Laws' kindness and generosity.