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Suzanne Somers' Husband Alan Hamel Gave Love Letter to Late Wife on Night Before Her Death — Read the Heartfelt Poem

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Oct. 16 2023, Published 9:07 a.m. ET

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Suzanne Somers' husband, Alan Hamel, gifted his wife of 46 years a heartfelt poem on the night before she passed away on Sunday, October 15.

The sweet love letter was a present given to the Three's Company actress a day early, as Monday, October 16, would have been her 77th birthday.

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Suzanne Somers devastatingly died on Sunday, October 15.

The "handwritten love poem" was "wrapped in her favorite pink peonies," a source explained to a news publication.

"She read the poem and went to bed and later died peacefully in her sleep," an insider told a second news outlet of Somers, whose death came after an intense 50-year battle with breast cancer.

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The actress was married to Alan Hamel for 46 years.

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Somers and Hamel tied the knot in 1977 after dating for 10 years prior.

Keep scrolling to read the deep love letter Hamel wrote to Somers.

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"LOVE I USE IT EVERY DAY, SOMETIMES SEVERAL TIMES A DAY. I USE IT AT THE END OF EMAILS TO MY LOVING FAMILY. I EVEN USE IT IN EMAILS TO CLOSE FRIENDS. I USE IT WHEN I’M LEAVING THE HOUSE," the poem, written in all caps, began.

"THERE’S LOVE, THEN LOVE YOU AND I LOVE YOU!! THEREIN LIES SOME OF THE DIFFERENT WAYS WE USE LOVE. SOMETIMES I FEEL OBLIGED TO USE LOVE, RESPONDING TO SOMEONE WHO SIGNED LOVE IN THEIR EMAIL, WHEN I’M UNCOMFORTABLE USING LOVE BUT I USE IT ANYWAY," Hamel penned.

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Alan Hamel gave his wife a loving poem on the night before she peacefully passed away.

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He continued: "I ALSO USE LOVE TO DESCRIBE A GREAT MEAL. I USE IT TO EXPRESS HOW I FEEL ABOUT A SHOW ON NETFLIX. I OFTEN USE LOVE REFERRING TO MY HOME, MY CAT GLORIA, TO THINGS GLORIA DOES, TO THE TASTE OF A CANTALOUPE I GREW IN MY GARDEN. I LOVE THE TASTE OF A FRESHLY HARVESTED ORGANIC ROYAL JUMBO MEDJOOL DATE. I LOVE BITING A FIG OFF THE TREE. I LOVE WATCHING TWO GIANT BLACKBIRDS WHO LIVE NEARBY SWOOPING BY MY WINDOW IN A POWER DIVE. MY DAILY LIFE ENCOMPASSES THINGS AND PEOPLE I LOVE AND THINGS AND PEOPLE I AM INDIFFERENT TO."

"I COULD GO ON AD INFINITUM, BUT YOU GET IT. WHAT BRAND OF LOVE DO I FEEL FOR MY WIFE SUZANNE? CAN I FIND IT IN ANY OF THE ABOVE? A RESOUNDING NO!!!! THERE IS NO VERSION OF THE WORD THAT IS APPLICABLE TO SUZANNE AND I EVEN USE THE WORD APPLICABLE ADVISEDLY," the poem read.

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Alan Hamel's letter admitted words could hardly explain how much love he had for his wife.

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Hamal affectionately expressed: "THE CLOSEST VERSION IN WORDS ISN’T EVEN CLOSE. IT’S NOT EVEN A FRACTION OF A FRACTION OF A FRACTION. UNCONDITIONAL LOVE DOES NOT DO IT. I’LL TAKE A BULLET FOR YOU DOESN’T DO IT. I WEEP WHEN I THINK ABOUT MY FEELINGS FOR YOU. FEELINGS… THAT’S GETTING CLOSE, BUT NOT ALL THE WAY."

"55 YEARS TOGETHER, 46 MARRIED AND NOT EVEN ONE HOUR APART FOR 42 OF THOSE YEARS. EVEN THAT DOESN’T DO IT. EVEN GOING TO BED AT 6 O’CLOCK AND HOLDING HANDS WHILE WE SLEEP DOESN’T DO IT. STARING AT YOUR BEAUTIFUL FACE WHILE YOU SLEEP DOESN’T DO IT," he gushed.

"I’M BACK TO FEELINGS. THERE ARE NO WORDS. THERE ARE NO ACTIONS. NO PROMISES. NO DECLARATIONS. EVEN THE GREEN SHADED SCHOLARS OF THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS HAVE SPENT 150 YEARS AND STILL HAVE FAILED TO COME UP WITH THAT ONE WORD. SO I WILL CALL IT, 'US,' UNIQUELY, MAGICALLY, INDESCRIBABLY WONDERFUL 'US,'" Hamel concluded.

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Page Six spoke to the first source, while People heard form the second source and obtained Hamel's heartfelt poem.

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