Lara Saget, daughter of Bob Saget finally gets the courage to embrace the loss of her darling dad. She wrote a heartfelt tribute to her late father expressing that “he taught her the biggest lessons of life.”

America’s favorite dad and the original host of “America’s funniest home videos” was found unresponsive in a room of Ritz-Carlton Orlando hotel room on 9th January. He died at the age of 65.

Bob Saget is survived by three daughters Lara, Jennifer, and Aubrey which he shared with Sherri Kramer, his first wife, and his widow Kelly Rizzo.

Lara shares a black-and-white photograph on her Instagram handle which appears to be hers and her father’s.

The 32-year-old Lara Saget wrote in the caption that

“To anyone afraid to love, Unconditional love is the greatest of gifts,” Lara wrote. “My dad loved with everything he had. He had so many reasons to be scared to love. So many loved ones kept dropping the body.”

“Instead of being scared, he loved more. I am beyond grateful to receive and to give that love.  Love completely and be kind. Of all the lessons he taught me, these feel the biggest,” Lara concluded, “with love.”

Rizzo wrote in the comments “I love you forever, Lara.”

Actor Scott Weinger replied with three hearts whereas, Danny Burstein told Lara that her dad “WAS love.”

“The very definition of love. I feel so lucky to have felt that love. The first thing we always did was catch up on how our kids were doing because we knew that’s where our hearts were. I’ll miss Bob forever,” Burstein added.

Bob Saget was laid to rest on 14th January amongst close family, friends, and fellow actors. More than 300 people attended his funeral.

The family shared an official statement following the untimely death of the renowned comedian and actor stating:

“We are devastated to confirm that our beloved Bob passed away today,” the Saget family said. “He was everything to us, and we want you to know how much he loved his fans, performing live and bringing people from all walks of life together with laughter.“Though we ask for privacy at this time, we invite you to join us in remembering the love and laughter that Bob brought to the world.”