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Melissa Rivers expressed love and gratitude for the support she received on the second anniversary of her mother Joan's untimely death in a heartfelt message on Twitter Sunday.
"Thank you all for the love today. Hard to believe it's 2 yrs,” the "Fashion Police" personality tweeted, adding that she and her 15-year-old son, Cooper Endicott, miss the beloved comedy icon "every day."
In a separate tweet, Melissa, 48, wrote that Joan would be "so proud of the young man Coop has become.” She added, “That makes me smile even today.”
Since the world lost Joan in 2014, after the comedian experienced complications during what was supposed to be a minor throat procedure, Melissa has often shown appreciation for her fans’ emotional support.
“The outpouring of love has been so tremendous, and you focus on that,” she told Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford in June, referring to how she balances her grieving process while living in the public eye.
Melissa, who was preparing to auction off some of her mother’s personal items at the time, opened up to the hosts about the tough stage of letting go.
“It sucks and it’s hard and it’s difficult, she said frankly, adding later, “I’m always so touched that people still remember.”