Four months after Kobe Bryant’s untimely passing, his youngest daughter Capri, 11 months, is taking her first steps!
Over the weekend, Kobe’s widow Vanessa shared a video of Capri, who took four or five steps before she was showered with kisses by her mom.
Vanessa celebrated Capri’s milestone, writing on Instagram, “My baby!!!! So proud of my Koko Bean. Capri took her first steps from her auntie Sophie to mama today."
In February, Capri was starting to stand on her own. With the help of Kobe’s sister Shari Washington, the then-7-month-old was able to stand, even smiling at her accomplishment.
In other news, Kobe’s first championship ring with the Lakers has been sold for $206,000 at auction, TMZ reports. The diamond ring originally belonged to Kobe’s mom Pamela, who sold it to a private collector in 2013.
The value of the ring has skyrocketed since Bryant perished in a helicopter crash, which killed eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
Autopsy reports for all the victims were recently released. The coroner’s office wrote, “On Jan. 28, the cause of death for all nine victims was ruled as blunt trauma. The manner of death was certified as an accident.”
Last week, Lakers owner Jeanie Buss opened up about her dreams about Kobe after his death. She told Joe Buck and actor Oliver Hudson on their "Daddy Issues" podcast, “I've had a couple dreams about Kobe, too. It's like, those make me feel like he's okay. Like it's going to be okay."
She added, “I would give anything to go back and have January 26 never take place.”