Frances Bean Cobain’s heartbreaking May 30 prediction

Frances Bean Cobain is famous thanks to her family, Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain. According to RadioX, Frances was born in Los Angeles in 1992 and her parents named her after Vaselines guitarist Frances McKee. Unfortunately, Frances was heartbroken from a very young age when her father, Kurt Cobain, died when she was only one year old.

When Kurt died, Frances inherited a large amount of money from his estate. Blast reported in 2018 that she was being paid around $95,000 a month, and she chatted about it on RuPaul: What’s the Tee?. (via People). “My relationship with money is different because I don’t deserve it. And so it’s almost like this big, huge loan I’ll never get rid of,” she confessed.

Frances has also spoken out about her famous father and his death on occasion, including in an interview with Rolling Stone in 2015. “Kurt got to the point where he finally had to sacrifice everything he was to his art because the world asked it of him,” Frances said of her father’s death. “I think that was one of the main triggers as to why he felt like he didn’t want to be here and everyone would be happier without him.” The Nirvana singer was known to be just 27 when he died by suicide, and there was a time when Frances thought she could follow in his footsteps.

Frances Cobain didn’t think she would make it to 30

Frances Bean Cobain just turned 30, but there came a time when she didn’t think she would see the day. The star took to Instagram to share a heartbreaking post on her milestone birthday. “I did it! Honestly, Frances, 20, wasn’t sure if that was going to happen,” Frances wrote in the caption. “At the time, an intrinsic feeling of deep self-loathing, dictated by insecurity, destructive coping mechanisms, and more trauma than my body or brain could handle, was affecting how I saw myself and the world.”

She then appeared to touch on her father’s death, saying that she was born into a life that “seemed to attract so much chaos” and “the kind of pain that came with grief that felt inescapable.” Frances credited an experience she had on a plane that “propelled me to run to that lived experience with radical gratitude,” explaining that it helped her turn her “pain into knowledge.” She ended the post with a quote while telling fans how “lucky” she is “to be here.”

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On Jan. 1, Frances shared another Instagram post, in which she updated fans on why she’d decided to take a year off from social media. She called the break “exceptionally good for my mental, emotional and spiritual health.” Frances also told fans that the social media cleanup has made her “more present” than ever at the moment, for which she is “deeply grateful.”