Lisa Curry opens up on seeing signs that daughter Jaimi’s spirit is still around

Oct 04, 2020
The 58-year-old's eldest daughter passed away last month. Source: Instagram/Lisa Curry.

Lisa Curry has spoken openly and candidly about her daughter’s tragic passing at the age of just 33 in recent weeks, regularly updating her followers on how she, and her family, are coping following Jaimi’s death. And now, the former Olympian has revealed that she has started to see signs that her eldest daughter may still be around.

Taking to social media on Sunday morning, the 58-year-old revealed she had noticed something unusual whilst tending to her cows with grandson Flynn at the family’s Sunshine Coast property. It comes just weeks after Jaimi passed away in hospital following a battle with a long-term illness.

“My little boo boo came for a sleepover just after we farewelled our Jaimi, and in the morning we went to visit our cows,” she wrote on Instagram, alongside a sweet photograph of herself with her young grandson.

“Elsy, our only girl cow was sprinkled in little white flowers. The other cows didn’t have any and we’ve never seen it before … look on the last photo you can see the little cute flowers. Flynn and I said that was Jaimi saying hello.”

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The mother of three went on to say that she has noticed other signs following the death of her eldest child. “Things that have never happened before and all related to Jaimi,” she continued. “Coincidences? …. Or is it real that our loved ones are around? I like the feeling that she is around us in some way, but can’t accept she’s not. We miss you Jaimi.”

Lisa also posted two photographs of cow Elsy, showing the small white flowers scattered across her back.

Lisa’s first thought was that the flowers could be a sign from Jaimi. Source: Instagram/Lisa Curry.
The post comes just days after Lisa shared another update, revealing she had spent some time “taking in joy” at the beach. Lisa took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a sweet photograph of herself and dog Mali at Stumers Creek on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

“Just ‘pawsing’ for a moment to take in some joy,” she wrote. “Mali’s first time at the beach…. being a farm dog this was all new to her.”

Lisa’s followers were quick to comment on the photo, sending well-wishes to the iconic sporting star and her family, with many expressing their joy at seeing the former champion swimmer smiling. While others shared their own tales of grief.

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