Entertainment TV Kelly Rizzo Remembers Sweet Moment with Late Husband Bob Saget: 'The Best Rainy Day Friend' "Rainy days were our fave bc we would watch our 'programs' while cuddling on the couch all day," Rizzo wrote in an Instagram Story along with a red broken-heart emoji By Natasha Dado Published on April 24, 2022 11:16 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Kelly Rizzo is remembering some of the sweet moments she shared with late husband Bob Saget more than three months after his sudden death. On social media on Saturday, Rizzo posted a black-and-white photo of the comedian and actor standing outside in the rain while holding up an umbrella and smiling. "I had the best rainy day friend. Rainy days were our fave bc [because] we would watch our 'programs' while cuddling on the couch all day," Rizzo, 42, wrote in an Instagram Story along with a red broken-heart emoji. The photo of Saget was initially shared from his longtime friend and stand-up comedian Jeffrey Ross' Instagram account. On Saturday, Ross posted the photo and two others of him and Saget together. Kelly Rizzo Looks Back on 'Silly Videos' Filmed with Late Husband Bob Saget: 'We Had So Much Fun' Kelly Rizzo/Instagram Ross, like Rizzo, wrote that Saget was great even in bad weather. "Bob was a rainy day friend. Get yourself one," Ross captioned his post. Jeff Ross Gathered with Bob Saget's 'Wonderful Castmates', Close Friends to Honor Him After His Death Saget died at age 65 on Jan. 9. The beloved star was found dead in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Florida, one day after performing a comedy show outside of Jacksonville. A report from the Orange County Medical Examiner, previously obtained by PEOPLE, stated that Saget had likely fallen backward and died from blunt head trauma. No drugs or alcohol were involved. An incident report from the Orange County Sheriff's Office later stated that the department was not able to reach any definitive conclusion as to the cause for his fatal injury. Kelly Rizzo Marks 2 Months Since Late Husband Bob Saget's Death: 'A Very Weird New Universe' Mike Coppola/Getty for Tribeca Festival Following Saget's death, Rizzo and his three adult daughters — Aubrey, Lara, and Jennifer — filed a lawsuit against Orange County Sheriff John Mina and the District Nine Medical Examiner's Office, in an effort to prevent the release of certain documents tied to the actor's death. The family won a permanent injunction barring public release of the most explicit photos taken as part of the death investigation. Since his death, Rizzo has shared memories of the two together on social media. Earlier this month, she posted a video featuring her and Saget in the car, bopping their head to "Please Don't Go" by Mike Posner. The clip's caption read, "Finally goin' on a vacation! Should've agreed on a destination first..." "From one year ago exactly. We had so much fun making these silly videos together," Rizzo wrote along with the sweet clip. "They make me so happy and so sad at the same time to relive them… but even if it's painful it still puts a smile on my face, and I know that's what he would want." "And I know you all loved seeing Bob and me have fun together so I'll keep sharing these from time to time," she added. "Thank you all again for being so kind and of course, loving Bob so much. ❤️❤️."