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Melissa Rivers pays tribute to late mother Joan Rivers  

Melissa Rivers paid an emotional tribute to her mother, Joan Rivers, on Twitter to mark the first anniversary of her death on Friday and admitted it has been a ”difficult” year.

Joan Rivers (left),   and daughter Melissa Rivers at the 2013 Matrix New York


On Friday, which marks the one-year anniversary of her mother’s death, Melissa Rivers remembered her in a post on the late comedienne’s Twitter profile, in which she admitted it has been a “difficult” year “of firsts” since the 81-year-old star Joan Rivers  died due to complications after undergoing routine throat surgery in New York City.

The new Fashion Police host, 47, wrote: “Today marks one year since my mother passed. This was the year of firsts: first holidays, first birthdays, first everythings without mom, without grandma.

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“While it’s been difficult. I’ve been amazed by the outpouring of love and overwhelming kindness we’ve received from family, friends, and people whose lives were touched by the woman they knew as Joan — a woman we all miss so very much.”

Earlier this week, Melissa revealed that she and 14-year-old son Cooper with ex-husband John Endicott, scattered Joan’s ashes while on holiday in Wyoming last month.

She said: “Coop and I took our annual family vacation to Wyoming. [The] first without my mom and scattered some of her ashes there so we can still be together every August as a family.”

She admit they had nothing big planned to mark her anniversary. “Everyone expects me to have this big grand plan for the 4th and I am just going to be spending it with my son. He is going to go to school, I am going to go to work and come home and light a candle, and have a glass of wine.”






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