Desi loves Lucy

A tender moment, Desi embraces Lucille after taping a scene. Lucille and Desi divorced just two months after filming the final episode of The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour.

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Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in the 1980's, years after their divorce. - Even after they were divorced they loved each other until the end...

{*Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz in the years after their divorce still stayed best ov friends until the very end, RIP thank you for the funniest ov memories*}

“Darling. I love you. I love you. I love you, Desi.” -Lucille Ball  These were the last words she ever spoke to him as he laid dying.

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz - The on and off screen couple eloped in 1940 and created their hit sitcom I Love Lucy eleven years later.

This is the only scene in all of the I Love Lucy series in which Desi and Lucy shy/turn away from the camera; they were both genuinely crying and it wasn't scripted. The episode is called "Lucy is Enceinte" (Lucy is Expecting). This is the scene where Lucy tells Ricky she's pregnant; Lucy was pregnant in real life as well, and that's why it was such an emotional scene for them. My favorite I Love Lucy moment. Click on it to see it pan out!

my gifs quote vintage television lucille ball i love lucy desi arnaz 1952 Desilu Lucy is Enceinte fact: editing these frame by frame makes one really emotional

This picture was requested by one of my followers. It’s a screen capture that I took from the Home Movies of Lucy and Desi in the pool at the Desilu ranch ~Chatsworth (1940s)  (Source: heckyeahlucydesi)

This picture is a screen capture that was taken from the Home Movies of Lucy and Desi in the pool at the Desilu ranch ~Chatsworth

”They had one of those historical marriages,like Napoleon and Josephine.Richard and Liz - destined to be trouble but destined for them to never find anyone as passionate or as fabulous. ”- Lucie Arnaz, 1991

”They had one of those historical marriages,like Napoleon and Josephine.Richard and Liz - destined to be trouble but destined for them to never find anyone as passionate or as fabulous. ”- Lucie Arnaz about her parents, Desi Arnaz & Lucille Ball, 1991

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