‘Miss you every minute’: Kelly Rizzo shares touching birthday tribute for late husband Bob Saget

May 18, 2022
Kelly Rizzo shares heartbreaking post for her late husband Bob Saget's 66th birthday. Source: Getty

Bob Saget’s widow Kelly Rizzo has shared a touching tribute to her late husband for his 66th birthday, just four months after his death. 

The comedian passed away in his sleep on January 9, at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, his family confirmed the star died from head trauma.

Rizzo shared her heartbreaking tribute to Saget on Instagram, uploading her birthday wishes to her late beloved husband along with photos from the last birthday they shared together.

“Happy birthday my Love. These pictures and videos were taken exactly 1 year ago in Mexico,” she wrote.

“We always celebrated our birthdays together with a trip. (His is the 17th and mine is 19th).

“This last trip was so special. We both celebrated each other so big. You never know when something is going to be “the last” time. But I’m so grateful that he was showered with all of the love he deserves.

“I pray he can see all of the love he’s already getting from around the world today. Honey, everyone loves you so damn much. Everyone wants you to know how important and special you are on your special day, and we ALL celebrate you.

“You are one of a kind and you certainly made my world go ‘round. I love you more than anything and miss you every minute. Your girls and I will hold on tight to each other today. And I know you’d want me to get a martini tonight, so I’ll oblige. Happy birthday, honey.”

Friends and fans of Saget took to social media to remember the Full House star and wish him a “happy heavenly birthday”.

In an interview on NBC’s TODAY, Rizzo opened up about feeling “numb” since her husband’s death but recalled her final conversation reinforced the love they shared.

“I think I said, ‘I love you dearly,’ and he said, ‘I love you endlessly,’” she said.

“I said, ‘I can’t wait to see you tomorrow.’ And then, you know, it was just all very — it was just all love.”