“I MISS YOU SOOOOOO [sic] MUCH. So much,” Diddy, 50, wrote on Instagram with a broken heart emoji. “Every time I get sad I look at this video and it brings a smile to my face. I THANK GOD FOR THE PRECIOUS TIME HE ALLOWED US TO HAVE WITH YOU. I WISH YOU WERE HERE WITH US RIGHT NOW AND THIS WAS ALL A DREAM. I WILL NEVER GIVE UP ON THAT WISH. NEVER!!! Love you forever Kimberly Antwinette Goodwin Porter,” he continued, adding a red heart emoji.
He chose to highlight one of the former model’s many talents by sharing a throwback video clip of her playing the piano while their kids and dogs played in the background.
As In Touch previously reported, Kim passed away on November 15 at just 47 years old. At the time, she had been suffering with pneumonia for several weeks before her passing. Her cause of death was later confirmed as lobar pneumonia.
Diddy and Kim dated for 13 years before they broke up in 2007, and even though they split, they still maintained a close connection because of their children. Together, Diddy and Kim shared 12-year-old twin daughters Jessie James and D’Lila, and a 21-year-old son, Christian “King” Combs. Their blended family also included Kim’s son, Quincy, 28, from her previous relationship with her ex, Al B. Sure, and Diddy’s sons Justin, 25, and daughter Chance, 13, from previous relationships.
Prince, Quincy and Christian also shared tributes to Kim on the one-year anniversary of her death. “I miss you [and] Love you so much, mommy,” Prince wrote, with a red heart and angel emoji. “It’s been 365 days [and] I still don’t know what to do without you … Whatever it is I know you’ll have my back. I love you, mommy,” Quincy wrote, adding a red heart emoji. “I LOVE YOU [AND] MISS U [sic] SO MUCH….” Justin wrote, adding a broken heart emoji.
Five months after Kim’s death, Diddy opened up about his family’s tragic loss during an interview with Essence magazine, and he revealed what Kim’s last words to him were. “Three days before she passed, she wasn’t feeling well,” the rapper explained. “She had the flu, and she sent the kids over to my house so they wouldn’t get sick. One night I was checking on her, and she was like, ‘Puffy, take care of my babies.’ She actually said that to me before she died.”
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