Lisa Rinna is mourning the loss of her mom, Lois, but the “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum is moving on.
Rinna, 59, took to Instagram late Tuesday to share her grief with her followers. “Today I am heartbroken over the passing of my mother, Lois,” Rinna wrote. “My mom lived a remarkable life and left a huge hole in my heart. She had been sick for several years and never stopped loving me and my sisters. She loved making us laugh and never stopped working at her craft. She will be deeply missed by us all. She was an incredible woman and will be deeply missed by my brothers and sisters and her entire family. She was always my hero, and mother and she was my rock. She was an amazing woman and I am so proud of her accomplishments. I will cherish the precious memories we shared.”
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The actress and soap opera star thanked Hamlin, whom she shares a 12-year-old daughter, Delilah, with, as well as her family and friends for the outpouring of support she’s received.
“Thank you to my husband, harry hamlin for being by my side every step of the way and for always making me feel loved and cared for. I love you so much. We are very lucky to have had your love and support during this difficult time,” Rinna added. “Thank you to everyone for your kind words. I will cherish them forever. Love you Mom.”
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Over on Twitter, Hamlin also paid tribute to Lois, writing, “My mother was a giant. She was witty, strong, compassionate, and utterly irreplaceable. No woman on this planet was more fun to be around. My children and I will miss her dearly. Rest in peace Mom.”
And while Rinna has moved on, she did not shy away from extending a compliment to Hamlin and getting her fans’ attention.
I love @HarryHamlin44 with every inch of my being. He is my best friend. He loves the youngest in my family more than life itself. His one line on Twitter today is a perfect quote…he is my perfect [email protected] @DLHughley — Lisa Rinna (@lisarinna) March 28, 2020
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