Kristina Tholstrup was the wife of the late English actor Roger George Moore. Kristina’s husband Roger is best known for his role as James Bond in seven feature films. He was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the film industry. He was appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003 for services to charity.
Kristina Tholstrup: Bio Summary
|wife of Roger Moore
|83 years old as of 2023
|Date of birth
|September 6, 1940
|Place of birth
|Arnold Linder and Margit Linnéa Linder
Who Is Roger Moore’s Wife, Kristina Tholstrup?
Kristina “Kiki” Tholstrup was welcomed into the world on September 6, 1940. As of 2023, she is 83 years of age. She was born Barbro Kristina Linder, in Karlstad, Värmlands län, Sweden to Arnold Linder and Margit Linnéa Linder. Her parents are reportedly from Denmark but she spent her childhood and early youth in Sweden with her parents.
Kristina may have siblings but there isn’t any information about them. She was a former flight attendant. She is a socialite. She is an actress according to her IMDb page. She was uncredited for her role as Ball Guest in “A Princess for Christmas”. She appeared as herself in Premiere Bond: Die Another Day, This Morning, and James Bond: A BAFTA Tribute (uncredited).
Kristina Tholstrup was uncredited for her appearances in Zulu Royal 2: The Wedding, Frederik & Mary, and Kongeligt bryllup. She appeared in the TV Special Prins Henrik and an episode of Vivement dimanche. Kristina was married to Hans Christian Knudsen. She became Hans’ wife in the year 1962.
Kristina Tholstrup and her then-husband Hans Christian Knudsen became parents of two children, a son and a daughter. Their son Hans-Christian Knudsen Jr. was born on July 9, 1966, and their daughter Christina Knudson was born on November 2, 1968. Their marriage ended because of Hans’ death.
Kristina Tholstrup’s husband Hans Christian Knudsen is said to have committed suicide in 1975. In 1978, Kristina married Ole Tholstrup. They were together until Ole passed away on December 18, 1991. Per reports, Kristina’s two late husbands were wealthy Swedish tycoons and they left her a fortune in inheritance.
Kristina Tholstrup later became the wife of actor Roger Moore who had three failed marriages. She was the fourth wife of Roger. Roger had been married to Doorn Van Steyn, Dorothy Squires, and Luisa Mattioli. Kristina and Roger married on March 10, 2002. Kristina became the stepmother of Roger’s three children from his marriage to Luisa Mattioli.
Kristina Tholstrup’s stepchildren are Deborah Moore, Geoffrey Moore, and Christian Moore. Kristina’s husband Roger Moore revealed that Kristina was “organized”, “serene”, “loving”, and “calm”, saying, “I have a difficult life. I rely on Kristina totally. When we are travelling for my job, she is the one who packs. Kristina takes care of all that”.
Roger Moore described his relationship with Kristina Tholstrup as “a tranquil relationship, there are no arguments”. Kristina has been involved in charity work like Roger. She often accompanied him to events organized by UNICEF. Kristina and Roger were married until Roger passed away.
What Happened To Kristina Tholstrup?
Kristina Tholstrup was hit by a drunk driver who was speeding three times over the limit in 1999. Fortunately, she was able to survive the accident but she hasn’t driven since. The driver wasn’t prosecuted. Kristina is a cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with breast cancer however, she received treatments and was able to survive.
On 25 July 2016, Kristina’s daughter Christina Knudson from her first marriage, died from cancer at the age of 47. After her death, Roger Moore shared on Twitter: “Our beautiful daughter Christina (aka Flossie) lost her battle with cancer 25 July at 10am. We are heartbroken.”
Our beautiful daughter Christina (aka Flossie) lost her battle with cancer 25 July at 10am. We are heartbroken. pic.twitter.com/x0AQui2F8m— Sir Roger Moore (Legacy) (@sirrogermoore) July 26, 2016
Unfortunately, Kristina Tholstrup lost her husband Roger Moore on 23 May 2017 when he was 89 years old. He died from cancers of the lung and liver, at home in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, in the presence of his family. He is buried in Monaco Cemetery.