Vanessa Bryant Gets Emotional About Dropping Daughter Off At College: 'Today Was Rough'

Vanessa Bryant sent her and Kobe Bryant's eldest daughter to college.
She shared a sweet snapshot of herself with her daughters Natalia (18), Bianka (4) and Capri (2) on the campus of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where Natalia will spend the next few years.
“Today was tough. That was before the tears came. [Two-finger emoji] is gone forever. I love you @nataliabryant BE EPIC and FIGHT ON, "the 39-year-old wrote in the caption.
Bryant's husband Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna "Gigi" Bryant were killed in a helicopter accident in January 2020.
Natalia replied to the post and said to her mother: “I love you !!!” while others like the Olympic beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings commented that she “cannot imagine. Love to your heart. Also for your oldest babies. "
Professional wrestler Natalya Neidhart also commented, calling Bryant "amazing in every way".
“Amazing mother, amazing [person],” she wrote.
In March 2021, Bryant shared a video on Instagram in which her daughter found out she has joined USC. She labeled the sweet moment with a note that said she was "SO happy" for her daughter and that Natalia's late father is "SO PROUD OF YOU".
"I'm so proud of you !! Your hard work and dedication have paid off. You went through the most excruciating pain you can imagine, and you made it. I wish Daddy and Gigi were physically here to." celebrate, but I know they are here in spirit. We love you so much! " She wrote.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.

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