Officers on the mansion-turned-museum say her well being had been declining on account of age.
One of many unique white doves that Prince saved at his iconic Paisley Park compound has died, officers on the rock legend’s mansion-turned-estate introduced Wednesday.
The dove, a feminine named Divinity, lived to be 28 years outdated, surpassing the common lifespan of most doves. Paisley Park officers mentioned her well being had been declining and she or he died Tuesday.
Prince was 57 when he died of an unintentional fentanyl overdose on April 21, 2016. Divinity remained at Paisley Park and could possibly be seen throughout excursions of his former property.
“Divinity’s stunning coo has welcomed guests since Paisley Park first opened its gates to the general public in October 2016,” Paisley Park Government Director Alan Seiffert mentioned in an announcement. “She was one of many enduring hyperlinks to Prince for hundreds of followers. She shall be missed.”
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