Kathy Lee Gifford’s daughter Cassidy pays tribute to her mother’s former television co-host, Regis Philbin, who died last week.
Cassidy, 26, an actress, took to Instagram on Saturday to fall in love with Philin, but also to her late father, NFL star Frank Gifford, who died in 2015. Frank and Kathy Lee married in 1986 and lived together until she died. For natural reasons.
In the post, Cassidy shared a photo of his father, in which he shook hands with Philin, as they both swallowed wide grains.
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“Laughter I know the two of you are sharing together again. Heaven is happy again …” Cassidy wrote. “Love You Forever, Reg.”
He finished the caption with a red hearted emoji.
66-year-old Kathy Lee appeared on “Live” on Monday to discuss the “Longtime” show, which starred alongside her in her daytime talk show “Live!” From 1985 to 2000 with Regis and Kathy Lee. He revealed that he had last seen Philbyn on a laughable trip to his Connecticut home with his wife Joey.
“I was just so grateful that God gave me that last time,” she said. And it was very precious because when I spoke to Joey, when I found out she was out after recovering, she said, ‘Kathy she hadn’t laughed in a long, long time. ‘She said,’ I was very worried about him. ‘
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“I think he was just like Frank. He was just ready, you know? … And he said, ‘The day we came to have lunch with you was the last time I heard him laugh.’ It will forever be a precious gift that the Lord gave me, that I had to laugh again with all my best friends in all my lifetime. “
Although she was happy to withdraw right where she left off with Philbin, she began to show her age during her final journey, giving him a subtle clue that it was time to brace herself for her passing.
“I felt a lot more fragility than when I was out in Los Angeles for the last time in January,” he said. “We sat here on my screened porch, and we used to laugh at ourselves sickly. We always left where we left. … After they left I just thought of myself, ‘God, this is This is the last time I’m leaving. To see my friend? ‘Because he was failing, I could tell. “
Philbyn’s family confirmed the news of his death in a statement to Fox News on Saturday.
“We are deeply saddened to say that our beloved Regis Philbin died of natural causes, a month after her 89th birthday,” the statement said.
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“His family and friends are always grateful for the time we got to spend with him – for his warmth, his great sense of humor, and his eccentric ability to make every day worth talking about. We Thanking her fans and admirers. Asking for her incredible support and privacy throughout her 60-year career as we mourned her loss, “it concluded.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report