In an emotional interview with Oprah, Bobbi Kristina talks about the intense emotional bond they had: “my mother, my sister & my everything.”
Bobbi, 19, said the two were so close and shared an extraordinary moment together the night before she died.
“My last day with her — sometimes she’d lay down with me, but that very last day I went to go get her and she stayed with me all night and all day,” she said. “Just holding me and everything. I slept in her arms all night and all day long.”
Bobbi said this evening was indicative of her extraordinarily close relationship with her mother.
“She was my mother, my sister, my friend and my everything,” she said. “We had our arguments and disagreements, but at the end of that day that was my mother — my confidant and everything. Sometimes it’s so surreal that I still walk in the house and call her name, but i’ve accepted it.”
Bobbi Kristina also said she has fully realized her purpose since her mother’s death — to follow in her footsteps in singing and acting.
“I’m going to carry on her legacy,” she said.
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