“January eighth Everlasting Recollections #BowieForever,” the supermodel, 66, captioned a throwback photo of the couple embracing — who wed in 1999 — by way of Instagram on Saturday, January 8. She additionally shared the snap by way of her Instagram Story on the time.
Hours earlier, the Somalia native (born Zara Mohamed Abdulmajid) honored her late husband along with her “Iman Each day” collection of motivational quotes.
The wonder entrepreneur has been previously vocal about her enduring loving, even insisting she wouldn't get married once more following her heartbreaking loss.
“I'll by no means remarry,” Iman — who shares daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones and stepson Duncan Jones with the late musical icon — told PORTEREdit in October 2018. “I discussed my husband the opposite day with somebody, and so they stated to me: ‘You imply your late husband?’ I stated, no, he's always going to be my husband. I do really feel very lonely. However do I need a relationship? I can’t say by no means, however no, not now.”
She continued on the time: “Folks take photos of me on the street, and say, ‘I'm so sorry in your loss.’ I’m like, ‘Don’t contact me. You simply took photos of me, how will you be sorry?’ I get the followers’ grief, nevertheless it’s not the identical. They've misplaced somebody they give the impression of being as much as; we've got misplaced a husband and a father.”
The “House Oddity” crooner died in January 2016 after battling liver cancer.
“David Bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his household after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer,” a press release by way of his official Fb web page learn on the time. “Whereas lots of you'll share on this loss, we ask that you simply respect the household’s privateness throughout their time of grief.”
Iman was even impressed by her late partner whereas creating her debut Love Memoir perfume.
“What occurred final 12 months was actually distinctive. It’s not simply the person, it’s the common. We’ve all been via it. So what I actually needed to create was a perfume that was just a little little bit of him, which is the vetiver,” she told Today’s Hoda Kotb in November 2021. “But in addition create one thing that was a tribute to like and everlasting love and everlasting devotion.”
She concluded: “On the finish of our days, the one factor we can have — if we're fortunate — is our reminiscences. That's the solely factor that we'll have and that can maintain us after the particular person passes away.”