Mia Farrow has posted a touching tribute to her ex-husband, legendary composer André Previn. The Oscar-winning German-American conductor passed away Thursday at his home in Manhattan, The New York Times reports. He was 89.
Previn and Farrow made headlines in the late 1960s for their alleged affair, one which purportedly took place shortly after her divorce from Frank Sinatra -- and while Previn was still married to his second wife, songwriter Dory Langan. Previn and Farrow later welcomed twin sons Matthew and Sascha ahead of their 1970 wedding, before Previn's divorce from Dory was final. Dory Langan Previn later wrote a revenge song, titled "Beware of Young Girls", which was clearly a dig at Farrow and her ex-husband.
In 1974, Mia Farrow and André Previn welcomed another biological son named Fletcher. The couple also adopted Vietnamese infants Lark Song and Summer "Daisy," and in 1978 they adopted daughter Soon-Yi from Korea. Mia Farrow and André Previn divorced in 1979, and Soon-Yi Previn went on to have an affair with -- and later marry -- Farrow's longtime companion Woody Allen. André Previn later remarked of his adopted daughter, "She does not exist," according to Deadline.
While their marriage ended in divorce, Mia Farrow remained on friendly terms with her second husband, André Previn. After the legendary composer's death, Mia Farrow posted a touching tribute to him on social media. The Rosemary's Baby star posted a throwback photo of her and André holding their twin sons in the early 1970s. She also posted a more recent photo in which she bid her longtime love farewell -- until they meet again. You can see Mia Farrow's poignant tribute to André Previn below.