Chris Cornell’s Daughter Visits Grave In Heartbreaking Photos

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Chris Cornell’s daughter Toni and Linda Ramone visited Chris Cornell and Johnny Ramone’s graves at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. See the beautiful photos below via Linda Ramone’s Instagram story.

Toni Cornell has also recently been sharing beautiful photos on her photography Instagram, including photos of her father and brother.

Christopher Cornell Junior. My best friend in the whole world. @c_b_a_l_l

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I think this was in Barcelona 💜

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Leo’s first time in the snow! Don’t worry he doesn’t eat it😊

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Beacon Theater ✨❤️

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Chris Cornell’s daughter Toni posted the following on Facebook in June:

Daddy,

Let me start by saying how much I love you and how much you mean to me. You are my idol, someone I’ve always looked up to. You were always there for me. You pushed me forward every day, and you still do.

Whenever I cry or feel like there’s no way I can go on, I hear your voice, “Don’t sit worrying peanut. Worry is a waste of time, I’m ok.”

I always took what you said to heart. Probably because everything you said was so smart.
Every time you came home from tour you spent all your hours with us. No matter how tired you were, how many time zones you traveled, you were there for us.

Whenever I was sick you would take care of me. You would cuddle with me, hug me, kiss me. You didn’t care about getting sick. You would stay up all night to make sure my fever went down. And if it didn’t, you would wake me up and give me my medicine. I would open my eyes, see you, and feel better.

I have so many memories with you but one of my favorite ones was earlier this year when I was jetlagged and we watched ‘Purple Rain ‘. We were staying at the BHH and you came into my room when I was trying to find a movie to watch.

“How about Purple Rain?” you said. I always trusted your judgement. I put it on and immediately fell in love! We then got to your favorite song, ‘The Beautiful Ones’.

“This song is so special it doesn’t even belong in a genre. When I was in my twenties, I saw this in the theatre and some guy started cracking up laughing at this scene and song. It got me really mad, ” you said.

I fell in love with the song too and listened to it on repeat.

Our special connection was always the arts. Poems, books, music, writing. We both have a unconditional love for it.

Who’s going to introduce me to movies like ‘Purple Rain’ and songs like ‘The Beautiful Ones’ now?

I’m hoping I will find some because you trained me so well.

I know you are still here, and the warmth I feel beneath the cold, is you.

YOU ARE THE BEST FATHER IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD. And I know, that if this wasn’t an accident, you’d still be cuddling with me watching ‘Purple Rain’.

I love you and miss you so, Daddy. You deserve your own day to be celebrated because you are the best dad anyone could ever have. Happy Father’s Day!

Love,
Your Baby Toni

  • Olga Stewart

    Oh but it’s the scary woman again that second photo of Toni.

    Yes, she gives me the creeps.

    • HippieChic61

      You must be petrified of Alice Cooper! lol

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    • Olga Stewart

      Ha ha!

  • Raj

    Who photos kids at their dead father’s grave? The last thing a grieving child would want is someone snapping a pic. Her grief is private and should always remain so.

    • HippieChic61

      Google “child at parents grave” images… kids really arent as private in their grief as you think.

  • Allison Auld

    Whenever I see old pictures of Toni with her father, she always looked so happy and proud. To see her at his grave is heartbreaking. People forget she is only twelve years old. I’m also glad she is expressing herself through photography. She may be a beautiful singer but she needs to forge her own identity to be psychologically healthy. All the best to her and her brother💙

    • Olga Stewart

      She’s actually thirteen.

  • Alyson Cairns

    So sick of reading comments from people that think they “know” what’s best. If Toni feels like having a picture taken at her dads grave site, SO BE IT. I read this article
    With tears rolling down my face and I think ANYTHING she wants to say or portray is by all means her right, and how dare someone critique her for doing so. For gods sakes people she lost her dad HER DAD her very best friend that she so dearly misses, and I can’t stand all the bad and hurtful things that I’ve read having to do with Vicki, etc. It’s really a sad sick world when people (strangers that don’t really personally KNOW them)are first to give their negative opinion on her and how’s she’s handling all this. Not one person knows what it feels like for this family so keep your arrogant negative comments and opinions to yourselves, it’s so distasteful and makes me sick to see people
    Actually thrive on others misery. On the flip side I wish the Cornell family all the love and greatness all the world does have left to offer and many hugs sent your way, because no matter what Chris would of never wanted it any other way. ❤️🎶

    • Olga Stewart

      So we are not allowed to have our opinions about this?

      Well, sorry but you can’t come on here and express your opinion about this and then tell the rest of us to keep our opinions to ourselves.

      Sorry but I am getting tired of people who tell us what we can or can’t do and then expect us to fall in line.