Rizzo told E! News 'it took a while' to feel comfortable moving on after Saget's death
The pair attended Steven Tyler’s annual Grammy Awards viewing party Sunday hand-in-hand, making their first appearance as a couple. This comes two years after Rizzo, 44, lost late husband Bob Saget after he suffered blunt force trauma to the head in a Florida hotel.
"It took a while to get to the point where I'm like, ‘OK, I think he'd be happy with it’” Rizzo told E! News.
The outlet also reported that the late actor’s three daughters, Aubrey, 36, Lara, 34 and Jennifer, 31, gave the Eat Travel Rock host their blessing.
"It's wonderful, it just meant so much to have their blessing," Rizzo told E!. "They're just angels. And to have them support is so meaningful."
Rizzo also opened up to PEOPLE about her relationship with the three siblings and shared how she continues to grieve the loss of her husband.
“Just, I mean, every day – it's not even every year — it's just every day, he's just still such a big part of my life,” she says. “And I love being close to his girls and his daughters. And just honoring him with just little things that I do all day every day. He's never going anywhere.”
She also revealed how she keeps in touch with John Stamos and the rest of the Full House cast, saying they are “very, very close.”
“It means so much to me to still be so close to them,” she explains. “Just knowing that they're there for me has been everything. It was Bob’s second family so it’s my second family too.”
Rizzo and Meyer, 49, posed together on the red carpet of Tyler’s event — which was held for his charity, Janie’s Fund, which benefits girls who are victims of abuse and neglect. The actress wore a high-neck leopard print dress with knee-high boots, while the Clueless alum sported an all-gray outfit and faded black denim jacket.
“2 years. Wow. Simultaneously feels like a week and an eternity,” she captioned a post of Saget with a guitar. “I chose this photo of Bob as not only was it the last photo he shared and one of the last texts he sent me, but it perfectly encapsulates how he would want all of us to remember him. With his guitar, on a stage, doing what he loved to do…making people laugh…making people happy.”
She later added: “I’m still blown away by the fact that Bob hasn’t faded from all of your hearts in the slightest. It means so very much. Thank you for allowing me to still share Bob and thank you all for continuing to keep his memory alive.”
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