So heartbreaking. As Bobbi Kristina Brown continues to hang on to life by a thread, her family is reminded of the painful loss of her mother, Whitney Houston, on the third anniversary of her death — Feb. 11. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned how they’re coping on this devastating day.
We can’t even begin to imagine the heartache Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s family is feeling as she remains in a comatose state, 11 days after being found unconscious in a bathtub. But today of all day’s — the third anniversary of Whitney Houston‘s death — is the hardest for them, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned.
Whitney Houston’s Death Anniversary — How Family Is Coping With Bobbi Kristina
“It’s sad. There are a lot of tears flowing in that room and have been all day. It’s heartbreaking, especially for Bobby Brown and Cissy Houston. This day is just awful, completely horrible, but we’re all strong and even though it brings up memories of Whitney’s fantastic and courageous life, Cissy is keeping it together for the most part,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Today, February 11, can’t be easy for anyone, but especially Cissy. She already lost her daughter — she doesn’t want to also lose her grandchild.
Cissy Houston Is Singing To Bobbi Kristina Brown
“Cissy has been singing to Bobbi Kristina. She’s been talking to her. There have been so many letters that the hospital has been receiving from people all over the world who loved Whitney and who have been writing get well wishes to Krissy. Cissy’s been reading some of them to Krissy and telling her that she has to come back because the world wants her to and that she has so many gift that she’s yet to give to the universe. All the love and support has blown Cissy and the rest of the family away and we’re all so thankful,” the insider adds.
We’re happy to hear the letters and gifts the family is receiving are keeping them in high spirits. But we certainly hope Bobbi Kristina wakes up soon.
Our thoughts continue to go out to Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family and loved ones during this difficult time.
— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray