Young Man Recreates Amazing Photos Of His Late Wife And Their Adorable Daughter



Everyone deals with the loss of a loved one in a different way. Our friend in the next video named Rafael has recreated his pre-wedding photos with his late wife but this time with a very special guest in Tati’s place.


In this beautiful video, uploaded on Youtube by the channel: Rafael Del Col, you are about to watch the heartwarming story of man who lost his beloved wife. This young man’s tribute to his late wife is truly heartwarming. His name is Rafael Del Col and he lost his pregnant wife because of tragic car accident.

6 years ago, Tatiane died in a tragic road accident


At the time of the accident, she was pregnant with a second child which also died with her


Her grieving husband Rafael was left with a beautiful memory of their love – a 1-year-old daughter, Raisa


3 years after the accident, the dad and daughter duo decided to pay tribute to Tatiane by recreating the pre-wedding photos


“The necklace that Raisa is wearing is the same as her mother was wearing 5 years ago”


“Same high heels”


“Our dog, Raul, is the same as well. I bought this dog for Tati in the beginning of our relationship”


Rafael had also started a blog about his experiences


“Shortly after I lost my wife, I was seeking help regarding early widowhood and also paternity without the presence of the mother and found almost nothing”



“Now, thank God, things are adjusting slowly, my daughter is healthy, and is growing, developing normally”

“But beside my responsibilities with my princess, I need to deal with feelings of grief, and the loss of my partner with whom I lived for 10 wonderful years”




“I confess that I cried a lot when I watched it and I couldn’t watch it only once. The music in the clip is a tribute to Raisa. She sings this song very often (it’s second only to “Let it go…” from Frozen on her list)”


[Source: diariodaraisinha]





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