Courtney Love and Frances Bean Cobain, her daughter with late husband Kurt Cobain, have never really been the picture of a loving family, so it may come as a bit of a surprise that these two actually have a really good relationship.
Over the years, we have witnessed more public feuds, Twitter fights and nasty legal battles than we care to count between mom and daughter, but it looks as though all the drama between these two is finally a thing of the past.
Talking to People magazine at the Sons of Anarchy premiere in Los Angeles, California, on Saturday, Love described her relationship with Bean as, “It’s really good. We live four doors down from each other!”
“We watched Orange Is the New Black last night for hours — I was the big spoon and she was the little spoon,” Love added. “We were talking about the plot line and acting and everything. We just laid in bed and watched TV.”
It’s nice to see that Love and Bean are now enjoying some sort of normalcy and mom-and-daughter relationship. Frances was only 1 year old when her father committed suicide, and she has chosen to stay out of the limelight and avoid public scrutiny for much of her life — unless she is choosing to rip Kendall Jenner or slam Lana Del Rey for her insensitive comments.
However, the fact that Bean has chosen to stay out of the public eye is something her mother claims she respects.
“I respect how reclusive she is. She’s very tasteful,” her mother revealed to the mag. “You know, she’s Frances Bean. A lot is expected of her, and she handles it so well. She’s a very strong girl.”