Kelly Rizzo is reflecting on the void left by her husband Bob Saget’s tragic death.
The journalist, who married the “Full House” actor in October 2018, has shared a new pic of the couple along with a heartrending message.
“My incredible husband. The world will never be the same,” she captioned a snap of the pair lounging on the beach with drinks in hand.
The late comedian suddenly passed away at age 65 on Jan. 9. He was found dead in his Ritz-Carlton Orlando hotel room after performing the night before in Jacksonville, Fla.
Saget was cracking jokes on a podcast days before he passed away, revealing that he had weathered a bout with COVID-19.
Nevertheless, Rizzo said he was in “great” health during an interview with “Good Morning America” last week.
Rizzo said the world will “never be the same” without the comedian.eattravelrock/Instagram
She said his recent battle with the coronavirus was “not anything serious” and he was “great” before speaking at length about her late husband’s generosity.
“He just wanted to spread love and laughter and he did it so amazingly, and I’m just so proud of him because he truly brought people together,” Rizzo continued.
She shared a new snap just weeks after his sudden death.eattravelrock/Instagram
“He was just so wonderful and I was just so honored to be his wife and to be able to be a part of it and bring him any bit of happiness that I could because he deserved it so much.”
She also spoke about grappling with the tragic loss and shared the final text messages he sent her.
Saget and Rizzo, who wed in 2018, often posed for sweet snaps together on social media.eattravelrock/Instagram
“I was just very grateful that it was all ‘I love you so much.’ I think I said, ‘I love you dearly,’ and he said, ‘I love you endlessly.’ And then I said, ‘I can’t wait to see you tomorrow,’” she said, choking back tears.
“It was just all love. He valued every single second that we had together. That’s why this is so heartbreaking, but at the same time I know that every second that we had together was just maximized to the fullest.”