Olivia Newton-John has one beautiful daughter to her ex-husband Matt Lattanzi but there was almost two, RadarOnline reports.
In her latest memoir 'Don't Stop Believin', Olivia has claimed that she was planning to adopt a child from Romania back in 1970.
After suffering multiple miscarriages following the birth her daughter Chloe, Olivia and Matt “decided to adopt a child from Romania."
The 70-year-old revealed that she was inspired by a "wonderful woman" that she met in an antique shop who had already adopted two children from the country.
They had their bags packed for the trip to Romania “to find a sister or brother for Chloe.”
“My suitcase was filled with clothes and toys for the new child,” she writes in the heartbreaking new read, currently available in Australian bookstores. “I think it was my gut instinct that this was something I needed to do.”
Tragedy struck the night before their trip, and Olivia's goddaughter died of kindey cancer.
“My hands shook and I couldn’t stop crying,” she remembers. “How could we live without our Colette?”
“My heart took a long time to mend,” she explains.
Olivia went on to explain how her relationship with her sole daughter, Chloe, is stronger than ever and that the 32-year-old is helping her through her latest cancer relapse.