Vanessa Bryant is celebrating Valentine’s Day this year without her husband but decided to share photos of the happy couple from previous holidays and special moments from their lives.
Kobe Bryant’s wife took to Instagram and shared the heartbreaking pictures, which included two different Valentine’s Day moments. According to friends of the couple, it was Kobe’s favorite holiday and he always went ALL out for his wife!
Take a look at the special photos, and see Vanessa’s beautiful message to her husband.
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“Happy Valentine’s Day Boo-Boo. I love you for now, forever, and for always. ❤️ @kobebryant #TiAmo,” Vanessa captioned the first photo.
In the heartwarming picture, it appears the couple is in their younger years and are smiling huge while holding each other in the snap. “Happy Valentine’s Day” a sign reads above their heads.
As you can imagine, friends and family flooded the post with comments including Khloe Kardashian, who wrote, “Happy Valentine’s Day V!!!!! Sending you all my love ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
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“2000 ❤️?,” Vanessa captioned the second picture.
In the pic, it appears Kobe is handing his wife a giant bouquet of red roses after she pulled up to his location.
A ton of fans posted comments supporting Vanessa on this emotional holiday, saying, “You guys always will be my definition of couple goals. I love you guys so much! Happy valentine’s❤️ Been thinking of you guys all weekend. I know this was his favorite holiday. ❤️.”
Others added, “Happy Valentine’s Day queen you’re amazing husband is looking down on you on this day 🙂 he loves you so much.”
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Earlier this week, Vanessa made the announcement the couple’s oldest daughter, Natalia had been accepted to the University of Oregon. Obviously, it’s a moment where her father would be very proud.
This year’s holiday also comes on the heels of the official announcement by the ‘National Transportation Safety Board’ officially announcing the probable cause of Kobe’s helicopter accident as being due to the pilot’s decision to fly in poor weather.
In a press conference, an NTSB official said, “The pilot’s decision to continue the flight into deteriorating weather conditions was likely influenced by a self-induced pressure to fulfill the client’s travel needs, his lack of an alternative plan and the plan continuation bias which strengthened as the flight neared the destination.”