Anderson Cooper is remembering his older brother, Carter, on the 29th anniversary of his death.
On Saturday, the 50-year-old CNN host paid tribute to his sibling, who committed suicide in July of 1988 at the age of 23.
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"My brother, Carter Cooper. Jan 27, 1965 - July 22, 1988. Hard to believe it has been 29 years. He remains in my heart, golden and true," Anderson wrote on Instagram alongside a black-and-white photo of the two as children.
Cooper's mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, also took to Instagram to remember her son. "Not a day goes by that I do not think of him. He is close to me because he lives in my mind and heart forever," she captioned the slideshow.
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Carter's death came 10 years after his father, Wyatt Cooper, died during heart bypass surgery. The then-23-year-old committed suicide by jumping from the terrace of his family's Manhattan penthouse.
Vanderbilt and Anderson's life story was recently told in the memoir The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son Talk About Life, Love, and Loss, and in the 2016 documentary, Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt and Anderson Cooper, which debuted at Sundance and premiered on HBO in April of that year.
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