Rochelle Rose was Sighted at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Actress Rochelle Rose was sighted at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition inside Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on Saturday, November 29 with her husband and son.

Rochelle Rose & family pose on the Grand Staircase at Titanic The Artifact Exhibition
Rochelle Rose & family pose on the Grand Staircase at Titanic The Artifact Exhibition

Rochelle Rose, best known for her role as Countess of Rothes in the feature film “Titanic,” was very friendly to the on-site staff as she explored the gallery and learned about the ill-fated “Ship of Dreams.” She expressed that they enjoyed the Exhibition and particularly took a liking to the largest artifact recovered from the wreckage sight, a 15-ton section called “The Big Piece.”

Rochelle Rose & Family in front of The Big Piece at Titanic The Artifact Exhibition
Rochelle Rose & Family in front of The Big Piece at Titanic The Artifact Exhibition

Rochelle Rose and her family posed for a picture on the Grand Staircase before heading to BODIES…The Exhibition where they explored more than 200 human bodies and specimens.

About Rochelle Rose

Rochelle Rose was born in 1974 in London, England. She is an actress, known for Titanic (1997), Gretchen Brettschneider Skirts Thirty (2003) and I Love John (2009). She has been married to Tim Merrill since June 12, 2010. They have one child.

About Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Stand up close with history during Titanic – The Artifact Exhibition at Luxor Las Vegas. This Vegas attraction is home to over 300 authentic artifacts that were found in the wreckage of the RMS Titanic, 12,500 feet beneath the sea. Guests will see everything from jewelry and handbags to actual pieces of the ship itself. One of the biggest artifacts on display is a 15-ton section of the boat’s hull. Families can even find themselves on a fully constructed replica of the Grand Staircase, faithful recreations of first- and third-class cabins, as well as walk on a replica of the Promenade Deck. While on the deck, visitors will feel just how cold the weather was on that fateful April night in 1912.

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