The sale of Lilly Pulitzers to a private buyer is “a once in a lifetime opportunity,” she said.
The iconic dog has sold for more than $3 million at Christie’s auction house in New York.
The sale follows news that the actress has bought a pet cat, which she said was “the best thing ever” and “the perfect companion.”
The star said the cat had a “perfect temperament and she was very happy” and had “a great personality.”
She has a daughter named Lucy who she said “is my best friend and always will be.”
“I was very excited,” she told The Associated Press.
“I feel like we are going to be able to make a huge impact.
Lilly’s name has been synonymous with her dog and was used by the late actress in her iconic 1980 movie “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” “
It’s something that is a gift to me, it’s something I’ll always treasure.”
Lilly’s name has been synonymous with her dog and was used by the late actress in her iconic 1980 movie “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”
She died in 2010, and her death was cited as one of the biggest disasters in film history.
“Lilly” will go up for sale at Christie the New York City Auction House on Monday.
The actress has said she intends to sell the property to raise funds for charity.
Lizelle Johnson-Green, who plays the title character in the “Lilly & Charlie” series, said in an Instagram post that she is “so proud to be an honorary owner of the doll and I’m excited to see how it will be used.
Johnson-Green said she purchased the dog from her mother in 2005 and that it “is a great pet.”
The actress said she plans to keep the doll in her home for as long as she can, but she would consider putting it on display.”
If it wasn’t for her, I wouldn’t be able even think of doing that.””
That would be so cool and I would be honored to have it in my home forever.
If it wasn’t for her, I wouldn’t be able even think of doing that.”