Vanessa Bryant Posts Heartbreaking Picture From Daughter Gianna's Memorial And Pays Tribute To Her
There is no doubt that one of the most tragic things that can happen in life is for a parent to outlive their kids. That being said, Vanessa Bryant is still very much mourning her second-born daughter, Gianna, 13, who passed away in the tragic helicopter crash that also killed her NBA legend dad, Kobe Bryant.
The pained mother and wife took to social media to once again stress just how much she misses her little girl.
Vanessa is going through a really hard time right now in the aftermath of losing both her beloved husband of almost two decades and precious teen daughter but needs to stay strong for her other three daughters.
As you know, the two lost their lives alongside seven others after the helicopter they were riding ended up crashing into a Calabasas hill on January 26.
It seems like Vanessa had a service in her late daughter’s memory as she shared a pic earlier today that seemed to be taken at a school gym.
Furthermore, a screen with a tribute clip seemingly made for Gianna could be seen.
On a table, her name was written in roses and the floral arrangement also featured the number 2, which was her basketball jersey number for Team Mamba.
On either side of the number, red balloon displays could also be seen.
In the caption, the mourning mother wrote: ‘My Gianna. God I miss you. I’ve been so lucky to have woken up to see your gorgeous face and amazing smile for 13 years. Wish it would’ve been until my last breath. Mommy loves you to the moon and back. Infinity plus 1. #2 #Mambacita #GigiBryant ❤️.’
Gianna was a true basketball prodigy and had an amazing future ahead of her, just like her dad.
In fact, while a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live once, Kobe revealed that she was better than him when he was her age.