I miss the memories we will never get to have Shane Warne’s family post moving tributes on anniversary of cricket legend’s death
Shane Warne’s family has posted heartfelt messages, photos and clips of him and his children as a tribute to the cricket legend and father on the anniversary of his death.
Eldest daughter Brooke posted a video of her with Warne, the two of them laughing and playing as she jumped into his arms.
“Love you Dad, I will always remember us this way, laughing and happy,” she wrote.
“One year today, feels like yesterday you were taken but forever since I’ve seen you.
“I miss your big hugs so much and you telling me everything is okay, life will never be the same without you Dad, I miss you, forever our shining star.”
Warne’s younger daughter, Summer, posted a photo of her holding a black and white photo of her father with a message for him.
“One year ago, one of the people that I love most in the whole entire world left and went to heaven,” she wrote.
“My beautiful dad, I miss you just about every second of every day. I’m still trying to navigate life without you here, trying my best to live in a world without you in it.
“I miss you when I laugh and cry because you were always the one that made my laughter grow, and my tears disappear.
“I miss the memories we will never get to have. I hold you close within my heart, and there you shall always remain, until the day that we meet again. I love you.”
Ex-wife Simone Callahan also paid tribute in an Instagram post, sharing a video of Warne with his three children dancing and mucking around together.
“Remembering Shane, always bringing joy and love to our children Brooke, Jackson and Summer,” she wrote.
“He just wanted to be the best dad, we miss you, forever in our hearts, I hope you have found comfort and peace.”
Warne’s son also posted a montage of inspirational clips about life and mortality as a tribute on the anniversary of the cricket legend’s death.
The video posted to Instagram by Jackson Warne included snippets from movies like Little Miss Sunshine and shows like Bojack Horseman.
“One year ago today. Miss you mate, love Jacko,” he captioned the video.
It ended with a snippet from an interview with Shane Warne himself.
In the interview, the cricket icon was asked what he would put on his tombstone.
“Loved by Brooke, Jackson and Summer,” Warne replied.
Callahan left a comment in support.
“Dad would be so proud of you, he loved you more than you could ever imagine,” she wrote.
“He always wanted to be the Best Dad, Always in your Heart.”
Shane Warne died of a heart attack during a holiday in Ko Samui, Thailand.