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Natasha Richardson ‘Just Swooned’ Over Liam Neeson, Recalls the Late Actress’ Co-Star

"They were so in love," Elaine (above) tells us of Natasha and Liam..

"They were so in love," Elaine (above) tells us of Natasha and Liam.

Elaine Hendrix is a better person, to say nothing of actress, for having worked with Natasha Richardson.

In 1997, while shooting The Parent Trap, Elaine – who played the gold-digging publicist out to marry star Lindsay Lohan‘s divorced dad – recalls how enamored Natasha remained with hus- band Liam Neeson three years into the couple’s marriage.

“I can remember walking into the hair-and-makeup trailer and as I’m coming in, she’s hanging up the phone from talking with Liam. And she just swooned and said, ‘Oh, my Liam,'” Elaine tells Mr. Media host Bob Andelman.

“I just thought, What a beautiful thing that was to experience. It really has stuck with me.

CAPTIONS: Natasha with her beloved hubby in 2006.

Natasha with her beloved hubby in 2006.

“And then she wrote me a letter upon wrap and she called me her worthy adversary – her ‘formidable adversary’ were her exact words.

“And I just thought, that’s such a cool thing to have said from Natasha Richardson.”

In a tragedy that shook the entertain- ment world, Natasha died last month after sustaining a head injury while taking a skiing lesson in Quebec, Canada.

To hear Elaine’s fulll interview, in which she also discusses working with Lindsay Lohan on The Parent Trap, click here.

Jaime King: I Had an Out-of-Body Experience in the Wake of My Beloved’s Death

More than a decade after the death of the first man she ever loved, supermodel-turned-actress Jaime King reveals that the tragedy took its toll on her in a supernatural way.

Interviewed on Spiritual Warriors, Jaime – who stars opposite Mickey Rourke, Clive Owen and Jessica Alba in next year’s Sin City 2 – says that after her beau, fashion photographer David Sorrenti, passed away from a rare genetic blood disorder in 1997, she would never be the same.

CAPTION: “It was one of the hardest things I ever went through,” Jamie tells us of David’s passing.

“It was one of the hardest things I ever went through,” Jamie tells us of David’s passing.

“I was 17 years old and for the first time in my life I realized how precious life was. It really thew me into a tailspin where I was having a lot of anxiety and panic attacks.  All of a sudden I realized life at any moment could be gone,” she tells host Jsu Garcia.

“I remember I went to sleep one night and I had this really weird out-of-body exper- ience where all of a sudden I was up in the ceiling, and I opened my eyes and I’m looking at the ceiling and I turned around and I was looking at my body in the bed. It was the most bizarre experience because then I saw myself on this long gravel road,” the Fanboys star continues.

“I reached down and I picked up this gravel in the sand and I felt it through my fingers falling. I got really scared and I felt this wind being sucked into me. And all of a sudden I was back down in my body again.”

Jaime also expresses her sadness at Natasha Richardson’s tragic death last week after taking a spill on a Canadian ski slope.

To hear Jaime’s full interview, which includes a surprise visit from actress Sally Kirkland, click here.