Audrey Roloff understands the importance of family, but when the world suffered the loss of a legend and his daughter, she was even more appreciative of her loved ones. Maybe we all were.
After the devastating news that nine people died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning, several celebrities took to Instagram to pay their respects.
Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff celebrate their new book 'A Love Letter Life' at Barnes & Noble at The Grove | Photo: Getty Images
The "Little People, Big World" star had never met Bryant, who died alongside his daughter Gianna in the crash. As a wife and mother, though, Audrey's heart went out to Kobe's relatives.
She further spoke on the use of social media to collectively express compassion for those who go through such great loss. Such events encourage people to be grateful for who they have in their lives.
Audrey went on to share a prayerful quote from the faith-based website, Every Moment Holy. Fans and followers commended her for her thoughtful words in the comment section.
In the attached photo, Audrey sat on a white armchair with her two-year-old daughter Ember Jean, and her newborn son Bode, who was born earlier this month.
Last week, Audrey showed that bedtime story reading is not just a one-off for her family. Via Instagram stories, she posted a snap of Jeremy reading to the two kids.
Jeremy sat on the same chair Audrey appeared to be in yesterday. In the clip, big sister Ember stole the show and showed that she's already looking out for her brother by covering him with a blanket.
Meanwhile, Audrey showed how deeply she cares for her daughter last December. She revealed to fans that Ember was diagnosed with respiratory syncytial virus.
As a result, the young girl suffered a fever spike and was also going through intense stomach pains. Luckily, the tot recovered, and soon enough was enjoying a popsicle in her mom's Instagram stories.
Sadly, Bryant's family won't have him around for such times. The legend left behind his wife Vanessa, and daughter Natalia, 17, Bianka, three, and Capri, seven months. Our sincerest condolences to them.