It's been one year since Bobbi Kristina Brown died at the age of 22, and her friends and family are looking back at her life to pay tribute.
"My prayer for Nippy and Kristi is that they will soon rest in peace," said Cissy Houston of her late daughter, Whitney Houston, and granddaughter in a statement to ET. "My prayer for me is that someday, somewhere, beyond the horizon where we cannot see I will be with them again….and joy will come in the morning."
Bobby Brown took to his Instagram on Tuesday to pay tribute to Bobbi Kristina by sharing a photo of his 1-year-old daughter, Bodhi Jameson Rein Brown, leaning against a portrait painting of her late older sister and Brown.
Whitney Houston's official Facebook page also shared a touching photo.
Bobbi Kristina died on July 26, 2015, approximately seven months after she was found unconscious in a bathtub in her home in Atlanta, Georgia, on Jan 31.
The incident occurred almost three years after her mother was also found dead in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Feb. 11, 2012.
The Fulton County, Georgia, medical examiner determined earlier this year that Bobbi Kristina died from complications caused by her face being immersed in water, along with drug intoxication.
The official cause of her death is listed as pneumonia, however the autopsy could not determine if Bobbi Kristina's death was intentional or accidental.
Recently, Bobby sat down for an interview with 20/20 where he opened up about his tumultuous relationship with Whitney and said that there were "so many things" he regrets about his parenting choices, adding, "We should have been better. We could have been better."
The "My Prerogative" singer, who welcomed his seventh child last week, also said that he feels Bobbi Kristina's death could have been avoided.
"Two days before what happened to my daughter, she was supposed to come out here to Los Angeles with me," he said through tears. "If I could get those two days back, my daughter would be here. All I want is those two days back." Watch the video below to hear more.