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Vanessa Bryant’s Loving Father’s Day Tributes to Kobe Includes a Photo of Her & Her Daughters in a Very Special Place

Vanessa Bryant has made not one, not two, but many tributes to Kobe Bryant this past week for Father’s Day, each one somehow more beautiful than the last.

On June 19, Vanessa posted a series of photos to honor her late husband that has warmed everyone’s hearts. The first time she posted the series of photos, she didn’t caption it. However, it somehow got deleted, so she reposted it soon after with the new caption, “Not sure why Instagram deleted this pic….. round 2.”

You can see the photos HERE.

In the first photo, we see Vanessa and her daughters Natalia, Bianka, and Capri standing in front of Kobe’s childhood home in Philadelphia, Penn.

They are smiling from ear-to-ear as they stand proudly in front of his old home during their PA trip. The next photo is a throwback picture of a young Kobe playing basketball, followed by Vanessa’s custom manicure that honors her late husband. Her nails show his name, with each letter on each nail.

Vanessa also uploaded a throwback selfie of her and Kobe smiling with Star Wars t-shirts. She captioned it: “Happy Father’s Day, baby. @kobebryant #BestGirlDad ❤️❤️❤️❤️.” You can see the photo HERE.

Many have celebrated Father’s Day without their fathers, making the holiday a very hard day to cope with. However, it’s quite wonderful to see the Bryant family be together on this day, honoring their legendary father.

The Bryant family has been in Philly the past few days, notably commemorating the beautiful mural of Kobe and Gianna at the historic Tustin Playground where Kobe practiced as a growing boy. You can see the gorgeous mural and photos HERE.

Vanessa and Kobe welcomed four beautiful daughters into the world named: Natalia, 19, Gianna, 13, Bianka, 5, and Capri, 2. Kobe and Gianna tragically passed away on Jan. 26, 2020, in a helicopter crash along with seven others. Vanessa has worked tirelessly to keep both of their legacies alive.

Before you go, click here to see which celebrity kids lost their parents too soon. 
Terri Irwin, Bindi Irwin, Robert Irwin at the induction ceremony for Posthumous Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Steve Irwin, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA April 26, 2018.

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