Louise Harrison, the sister of George Harrison who was instrumental in The Beatles’ success in America, passed away at the age of 91. Her Facebook page posted a confirmation of her passing.
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Here’s all you need to know about Louise Harrison:
Louise Harrison’s net worth
When George Harrison died in 2001, he was worth more than $300 million, but his 82-year-old sister Louise Harrison is now struggling to make ends meet, living in a pre-fabricated home in a small town near Branson, Missouri. Louise Harrison had claimed that she was estranged from her family. George left his lavish Friar Park, a 120-room Victorian mansion in Henley-on-Thames, just outside London, to his widow Olivia and son Dhani.
Louise moved to the United States with her first husband more than 50 years ago, long before The Beatles launched a British ‘invasion’ of America in 1964. She does make appearances with the band and entertains the crowds after shows with her fond memories of her brother and, of course, John, Paul, and Ringo.
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Lousie Harrison’s relationship
Louise moved to the United States with her first husband more than 50 years ago, long before The Beatles launched a British ‘invasion’ of America in 1964. She lived in the Midwest for the majority of her life, having moved to Illinois with her first husband in the 1950s. Louise eventually relocated to California.
Louise Harrison’s career
In the 1960s, she was known as an advocate for her brother’s legendary band, The Beatles, and frequently promoted the group to media outlets throughout their rise to fame.
The Liverpool Legends, a Beatles tribute group that toured the world, was famously hand-picked by the sister. Louise had spent the last few decades of her life in America, and her autobiography, My Kid Brother’s Band a.k.a. The Beatles!, was published in 2014.
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Louise Harrison’s family
George Harrison’s sister was Louise Harrison. The two were very close in the 1960s and 1970s, but George reportedly distanced himself from her in the mid-1990s because he objected to the conversion of her old Illinois home into a ‘Beatles bed-and-breakfast’ inn called A Hard Day’s Night.
In the late 1950s, Louise moved to Illinois with her Scottish mining engineer husband, Gordon Caldwell, and had two children.