Vanessa Bryant posted a highly touching message to her late husband Kobe Bryant and their daughter Gianna and paid tribute on what would have been Bryant’s 42nd birthday. She wrote on her private Instagram account:
“To my baby~ Happy birthday. I love you and miss you more than I can ever explain. I wish you and Gigi were here to celebrate YOU! I wish I could make you your fav food or a birthday cake with my Gigi. I miss your big hugs, your kisses, your smile, your loud ass deep laugh.”
As known, the Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, and daughter Gianna died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California on January 26, 2020.
“I miss teasing you, making you laugh and bursting your bubble. I miss you sitting on my lap like my big baby that you are. I think about your tenderness and patience all the time. I think about everything you would do in situations to help me deal with everything thrown my way.”
Vanessa Bryant, the grieved wife, who lost her husband and 13-year-old daughter on the same day, continued:
“Our lives feel so empty without you and Gigi. I’ve been completely broken inside. As much as I want to cry, I put a smile on my face to make our daughter’s days shine a little brighter. I’m not the strong one, they are. They’re strong and resilient. I’m sure you’re proud of them. They put a smile on my face every day.”
Then Bryant stated that she wished to wake up from this nightmare:
“I wish I could wake up from this horrible nightmare. I wish I could surprise our girls and welcome you and Gigi home to us. I’m mad I didn’t go first. I always wanted to go first so that I selfishly didn’t have to feel this heartache. You were supposed to miss me. Gigi was supposed to be here with her sisters. It should’ve been me.”
The wife of the 18-time All-Star champion concluded her message as follows:
“I know my Gigi is celebrating you like she always has on our special days. I miss my thoughtful princess so much! Natalia, Gianna, Bianka, Capri, and I wish you a happy birthday my love. I love you for now, forever and for always.”
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