Bitterly, Kelly Rizzo posted a TikTok just a week before Bob Saget’s death, the people who told her “you only get to laugh the whole time” by marrying a famous comedian made fun of those who told her “you only get to laugh.” laugh all the time”. Now, she says she wants to keep the laughter alive. In her dedication, she wrote, “Bob has so much more that he wants to do and so much love to give. And to the best of my ability, it is my duty to share how wonderful he is with the world and try to trying in some small way to continue to spread the message of his love and laughter.” However, she added that she has no plans to become a stand-up comedian herself.
Rizzo also vowed to continue her husband’s work with the Scleroderma Research Foundation. Saget has been an ardent advocate for the cause since his sister died of an autoimmune disease, according to Everyone. Saget left behind three adult daughters from her first marriage, and Rizzo tells them, “I will always love you with all my heart.” The emotional eulogy ended with: “Darling, I love you more than anything, forever.”
Rizzo’s post has received more than 230,000 likes on Instagram since publication, along with messages of support from friends and fans, including actress Danielle Fishel, country stars Mickey Guyton and Natasha Bure, daughter of Saget’s “Full House” co-star Candace Cameron. Agency. One commentator proved that Saget was loved by people from all walks of life politically. Meghan McCain wrote, “Sending love, strength and peace from me and my family. I am so sorry for your loss and pain. Well written.”
https://www.thelist.com/735476/kelly-rizzo-breaks-her-silence-in-a-tear-jerking-tribute-to-bob-saget/ Kelly Rizzo breaks her silence in a tearful tribute to Bob Saget