Her heart won't go on.
On Saturday, Céline Dion shared a heart-wrenching tribute to her late husband René Angélil on the first anniversary of his death.
The "My Heart Will Go On" singer posted two Facebook videos on January 14, which included photos and clips of the iconic Canadian music producer.
Celine Dion and husband Rene Angelil during "Celine Dion Performs on The Today Show Summer Concert Series," May 17, 2002.
In one emotional scene, Céline is shown looking at family photos while sitting on a bed, cuddling up to a big red pillow and then putting a dream catcher on a gold cast of her late husband's hand.
"My memory loves you, it asks about you all the time. Especially today... One year later, I wish R.I.P. meant Return If Possible. Forever yours, Céline xx..." Celine captioned the heartbreaking video.
Earlier that day, the 48-year-old mom of three posted another video tribute to Angélil, commemorating the one-year anniversary of his death.
The video shows a montage of moments from Angélil's childhood, his wedding to Dion, special career achievements and photos of him and his children, René-Charles and twins Eddy and Nelson.
"Today, January 14th, it’s been a year since René left us. He will always be in our hearts. -Team Céline ❤," read the caption.
Dion also shared a message to her late husband on Twitter.
Angélil passed away on January 14, 2016, after a long battle with throat cancer. He was 73.
"René wanted to die in my arms but, alas, I was singing that night," Dion recalled in an interview last year. "He must have wanted to get up and he fell on the floor. Normally, after my show when he had taken his last medications, I gave him a kiss, tucking him in and sent him off to sleep. That evening I didn't want to wake him. It was the nurse who found him the next day. Distraught, she came to find me. I went into the room."
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