Meghan McCain honors her father with sweet photo 1 month after his death

The daughter of the late Arizona senator shared a photo of herself with her dad to mark one month of mourning.
/ Source: TODAY

Meghan McCain marked a milestone in her mourning of her father with a touching tribute to him on Instagram.

A day before the one-month mark of the death of the venerable Arizona senator, his daughter posted a photo of the two of them sitting on a bench, taking in the desert view.

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1 month tomorrow. I love you.

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“1 month tomorrow. I love you,” she wrote in the caption.

The post comes several days after McCain, 33, shared another photo reminder of her father.

“Old screenshot from one of our Sunday calls I found on my phone,” she wrote, along with a quote from author C.S. Lewis: “The death of a beloved is an amputation.”

Meghan McCain, at the casket of her father during a memorial service last month.Jae C. Hong / AP

John McCain, 81, passed away from brain cancer on Aug. 25 in his family home outside of Sedona, Arizona. Meghan McCain delivered an emotionally powerful eulogy at her father’s memorial service, but has since stayed out of the spotlight, including time off from her role as co-host of “The View.”

Her friend and CNN news show host S.E. Cupp said McCain continues to struggle with grief.

"She’s okay. She’s still working through it," Cupp said on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live.”

McCain while delivering an emotional eulogy for her father at the Washington National Cathedral.Getty Images

McCain delivered a moving, and at times politically sharp, eulogy for her father during his Sept. 1 service at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

"We gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness — the real thing, not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly," she said.

McCain went on to speak lovingly of her father's impact on the nation.

"The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great," she said.

McCain moved up her wedding last year after the diagnosis of her father's brain cancer to ensure he would walk her down the aisle.

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