In September, Lisa Curry had to go through the unimaginable act of saying goodbye to her oldest child, Jaimi Curry Kenny.
And two months on, the former Olympic swimmer has found a beautiful way to ensure Jaimi can still be a part of family celebrations.
On Monday morning, the 58-year-old took to Instagram to wish her youngest son Jett Kenny a happy birthday while sharing a stunning new family photo from his celebrations.
In the snap, Lisa can be seen wearing a white T-shirt with a beautiful photo of Jaimi on it as she gathers with ex-husband Grant Kenny, son Jett, grandson Taj, daughter Morgan, son-in-law Ryan and grandson Flynn - who were all donning white ensembles as well.
"Happy Birthday to my beautiful boy. 💙 26 years and 1 hour ago you came into this world - all 10lb 3 oz of you. Thank you for making that birth so memorable!! Jett, we are all so proud of you ...you're a fabulous young man and we all love you so much xxx Have a lovely day 😍😘💙 @jettkenny 💙," the I'm A Celeb star penned.
Fans were quick to praise Lisa's touching tribute to Jaimi, who passed away at age 33 in September following a private with a long-term illness.
"Happy Birthday Jett 💙 what a fabulous family photo & Lisa I love your shirt," one person wrote.
"Awww. I love the shirt. Happy birthday," a second said.
"💖💖💖 your top 💖💖💖 she's with you all ❤️," a third commented.
Last week the Curry-Kenny clan celebrated the safe arrival of their newest member - Morgan and Ryan Gruell's second son named Taj Grant Gruell.
"IT'S A BOY💙💙💙💙💙💙Taj Grant Gruell arrived safely into this world last Thursday, 5th November 2020, 8lb 4oz (for the oldies like me who can relate better to pounds!!)," proud grandmother Lisa exclaimed.
Adding: "A beautiful second son for my Morgan and Ryan and little bro for Flynn.... baby spam coming. Congratulations Morgan, Ryan and Flynn xxxxxx."
Since losing her daughter, Lisa has spoken openly about her agonising grief.
"I miss my baby girl... it's so quiet without her. Each day seems a bit of a blurr but I get through it ... feeling empty.. it's hard to even think.. my mind consumed as to what else I could have done to help," she explained at the start of November.