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The pair had a close bond, and it is clear that Whitney Houston is never far from her daughter Bobbi Kristina’s mind.
Bobbi Kristina, the only child of the late singer, paid tribute to her mother in a series of Twitter pictures which she posted online last week.
The pretty 19-year-old tweeted: “I will always love you <3,” along with a self-portrait of herself smiling with her eyes closed.
In another photo, dressed in a blue top with matching blue accessories, eye-shadow and nail polish the aspiring actress tweeted: “I am my mothers child (: # much love Xxxo.”
The bereaved teenager’s relationship with father Bobby Brown has been unstable for some years now, and deteriorated further following Whitney Houston’s death in February. The star was found dead in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Hollywood.
She even snubbed her father’s wedding which took place June, instead opting to shoot for her Lifetime reality show.
Set to premiere on October 24, the show follows the Houston clan including Pat, Whitney’s sister-in-law and manager, Pat’s daughter Rayah, Whitney’s brother Gary, Bobbi Kristina and Grammy Award-winning singer Cissy Houston in the aftermath of the pop superstar’s tragic death.
“Pat Houston, Whitney’s sister-in-law, manager and most trusted confidant, manages the business and estate of the beloved singer and her most prized possession, her daughter Bobbi Kristina,” said a Lifetime press release.
“The series will follow Pat and her husband, Gary, Whitney Houston’s brother, as they take on their greatest challenge, supporting and guiding Bobbi Kristina as she faces the world alone, without the one person she relied on the most, her Mother.”
Bobbi Kristina is reported to be in a relationship with Nick Gordon whom Whitney took into her home at the age of 12 when his father went to prison and his mother was unable to take care of him.
In another Twitter photo the aspiring actress sports two pairs of glasses, one atop the other with the caption “DareToBeDifferent” – Daily Mail