Vanessa Bryant shares adorable video of 7-month-old daughter learning to walk two weeks after Kobe's death
Vanessa Bryant has shared an adorable video of her seven-month-old daughter, Capri Kobe, learning to walk.
The adorable footage comes two weeks after Capri's father, Kobe, and sister, Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.
In the clip, the seven-month-old can be seen slowly but surely learning how to stand on her own two feet with a little help from her aunt and Kobe's sister, Sharia Washington.
Watch it below:
When Capri sits down in the clip, Vanessa can be heard in the background saying: "Do this again. Try it again, mama."
The seven-month-old does it, and Vanessa is quick to congratulate her, saying: "Woooo! Good job Koko. Good job. Good girl mambacita."
In response to this, Capri turns to the camera and grins from ear to ear.
This comes a week after Vanessa broke her silence surrounding her husband and daughter's untimely deaths on Instagram. She did so sharing a heartfelt tribute and a family photograph.
Taking to Instagram, she wrote: "My girls and I want to thank the millions of people who've shown support and love during this horrific time. Thank you for all the prayers. We definitely need them. We are completely devastated by the sudden loss of my adoring husband, Kobe - the amazing father of our children; and my beautiful, sweet Gianna - a loving, thoughtful, and wonderful daughter, and amazing sister to Natalia, Bianka, and Capri."
In the video below, Dwyane Wade gets emotional reacting to Kobe Bryant's death:
Meanwhile, as per the BBC, NBA commissioner Adam Silver issued the following statement about the 41-year-old's death: "The NBA family is devastated by the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna.
"For 20 seasons, Kobe showed us what is possible when remarkable talent blends with an absolute devotion to winning. He was one of the most extraordinary players in the history of our game with accomplishments that are legendary.
But he will be remembered most for inspiring people around the world to pick up a basketball and compete to the very best of their ability.
He was generous with the wisdom he acquired and saw it as his mission to share it with future generations of players, taking special delight in passing down his love of the game to Gianna."