David Bowie’s Son Returns to Twitter with Care Physician’s Touching Letter About His Dad
David Bowie’s filmmaker son Duncan Jones has broken his social media silence following his father’s death a week ago. The Moon director returned to Twitter on Sunday and shared a letter a care physician wrote about his dad.
Jones, 44, who announced he would be “offline for a while” following’s Bowie’s death, tweeted the thank you letter from British palliative care consultant Dr. Mark Taubert, who revealed the rock star’s private approach to his health struggle aided a dying patient he was assisting. “I had a discussion with a hospital patient, facing the end of her life,” Taubert wrote. “We discussed your death and your music, and it got us talking about numerous weighty subjects, that are not always straightforward to discuss with someone facing their own demise. In fact, your story became a way for us to communicate very openly about death, something many doctors and nurses struggle to introduce as a topic of conversation.”