Vanessa Bryant Posts Adorable Photos Of Her Three Daughters Celebrating Easter And Melts Shaunie O'Neal And La La Anthony's Hearts
It was a bittersweet Easter for Vanessa Bryant, who celebrated the holiday with her daughters while missing two very important family members.
It was one of the first significant holidays that Vanessa went through without her husband, Kobe Bryant, and their teen daughter, Gianna Bryant.
Via social media, Vanessa gave a look at her Easter with her daughters. Vanessa posted two photos of daughters Natalia, 17, Bianka, 3, and Capri, nine months, looking adorable as ever.
In one photo, Natalia is smiling while holding her baby sister, Capri, while in the second picture, Vanessa gives little Bianka a smooch on the cheek.
Kobe, 47, Gianna, 13, and seven other people died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California on January 26 while on their way to a basketball-related event.
Shaunie O'Neal, La La Anthony, and Gabrielle Union stepped in the comment section to show Vanessa and her girls some love and along with thousands of fans.
One person said: "The Lord knew that Kobe and GiGi’s time was near, so he Blessed you with those two look alike Babies to make your Sole Smile and Fill the Void, when you look at the Babies you will always think of them‼️♥️😍🤗😉🙌🏽"
This follower claimed: "The baby has Kobe’s smile 😩😩😩💕. It’s hard to see these babies & know they won’t have their father or sister 😢 Beautiful girls! Praying daily for you. Happy Easter!"
Another observer wrote: "They are Adorable and so Happy to have that Paper out of the Egg. Both look just like Kobi‼️♥️😍🤗🙌🏽😂."
This supporter stated: "Vanessa is the definition of Warrior, a woman with the strength, courage, and wisdom as a Lion. A woman that so many can inspire to be like. 💙"
A fifth comment read: "Awww V...💖 I literally can’t with KoKo’s lil face. She’s getting so big—happy Easter to you and your lil bunnies. ❤️Happy Easter, Vanessa!!! These babies are everything! Thanks so much for sharing!!❤️❤️❤️"
Vanessa Bryant recently praised her late husband after it was announced that he would be posthumously inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Vanessa said: "It's incredible accomplishment and honor, and we're extremely proud of him. Obviously, we wish that he was here with us to celebrate, but it's definitely the peak of his NBA career, and every accomplishment that he had as an athlete was a stepping stone to be here, so we're incredibly proud of him. There's some solace in knowing that he was probably going to be a part of the 2020 hall of fame class."
Vanessa is an inspiration for many.