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Sport Vanessa Bryant posts Instagram message to Kobe, Gianna on Valentine's

03:05  15 february  2020
03:05  15 february  2020 Source:   12up.com

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Vanessa Bryant , Kobe Bryant ' s wife is going through a lot after the tragic loss. As she posted in her Instagram on Wednesday saying how hard it is for her to show her feelings and she didn't want to! As she agrees that she is angry and heartbroken at the same time.

Vanessa Bryant posted an emotional tribute on Instagram to her late husband Kobe and late daughter Gianna , known as Gigi, on Wednesday, just days after the

The pain from Los Angeles Lakers icon Kobe Bryant's sudden death is still fresh for many, but none more so than his widowed wife, Vanessa. She has had to navigate the last few weeks without her second half, something that's downright unimaginable.

a person posing for the camera: Vanessa Bryant had a heartbreaking post for her husband Kobe on Valentine's Day© @vanessabryant Instagram Vanessa Bryant had a heartbreaking post for her husband Kobe on Valentine's Day

And on Valentine's Day, she made an absolutely heartbreaking post on Instagram expressing her love for Kobe and her daughter, Gianna, as well as how much she misses them on a day that's meant to celebrate love.

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Kobe Bryant ' s widow, Vanessa Bryant , made her first public statement Wednesday, posting a long message on Instagram .

In honor of Valentine ' s Day, Vanessa Bryant has dedicated an Instagram post to her late husband and daughter, Kobe and Gigi. Details of the February 24 memorial for Gianna and Kobe Bryant , and the seven other victims of the fatal helicopter crash, have started to be shared.

"To my forever Valentine, I love you so much," she said in a post featuring her and Kobe. "Missing you so much on your favorite holiday. Te amo per sempre. Kisses to you and Gigi in heaven."

The pain she's going through is unimaginable. On a day where she'd usually celebrate the love of her family, she instead doesn't even get to be with them, which is tragic and downright unfair.

But love is something that transcends death. It lives forever.

As long as she has love in her heart, the memories of both Kobe and Gianna will continue on.

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Vanessa Bryant quietly returned to Instagram on Jan. 29 and made her profile public with a new image following the death of her husband, Kobe My heart is broken and my family lifts you up in our thoughts and prayers,” he shared in his Instagram tribute to Kobe . Kim Kardashian also penned an

Vanessa Bryant shared a candid message about how she is coping after the tragic losses of her husband, Kobe Bryant , and their daughter Gianna . Vanessa Bryant ’ s Sweetest Motherhood Moments “I’ve been reluctant to put my feelings into words. My brain refuses to accept that both Kobe and Gigi

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