‘Today’ show’s Bobbie Thomas honors late husband on their anniversary
“Today” contributor Bobbie Thomas honored her late husband, Michael Marion, on what would have been their eighth wedding anniversary.
The style expert, 46, posted a video from last year showing her walking behind Marion, who died in December at the age of 42 after suffering a stroke in 2019.
“Our first anniversary without you… I can’t help but remember this win for us last year today,” Thomas captioned the video.
She also included lyrics to Diddy’s 1997 song, “I’ll Be Missing You.”
Thomas and Marion have a 5-year-old son named Miles.
In the days following Marion’s death in December, Thomas confirmed that the lawyer’s passing was unrelated to his prior stroke or to COVID-19.
“Michael worked hard to recover from his stroke and had made such progress that he was making plans to return to work,” Thomas said in a December statement to the “Today” show.
“He landed in the hospital due to problems involving several organ systems, separate from his stroke of 18 months ago, and unrelated to COVID-19,” she added.
In March, Thomas reflected on her loss in a video posted to Instagram, telling her followers that his death still “doesn’t feel real.”
“Miles and I are working to establish a new routine, which is hard, but we’re slowly starting to resume some of the activities that make us feel like us again,” Thomas posted.
“There are going to be so many firsts for us this year, but I feel a little stronger than I did yesterday, and hopeful for the days to come,” she continued.
She went back to work in late March.
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