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Vanessa Bryant celebrates a victory for her daughter Natalia Bryant

The celebrity celebrated an important academic achievement for her babe and received the support of the entertainment sphere, as well as family members.

Vanessa Bryant.
Vanessa Bryant.

Vanessa Bryant, Kobe Bryant's widow, shared some great news on her social media this weekend: her daughter Natalia Bryant entered college. After the postcards that circulated on his official Instagram profile, the news spread like wildfire in the media and even CNN joined the family's celebration of such an important achievement.

Natalia Bryant, 18, received the notification about her admission to the University of Southern California (USC). The words of encouragement from her mother Vanessa Bryant did not wait on Instagram, a platform where she shared the pleasant moment with a photo of the young woman wearing a shirt from the academic institution where she will train as a professional.

According to CNN, Natalia Bryant was also accepted into the following academies: Loyola Marymount University, the University of California, Irvine and NYU. But her final choice was USC, so from now on, the girl has a promising future ahead of her. With all this joy involved, her mother also remembered the memory of her husband and father of the young woman, the Lakers player, Kobe Bryant, who died in a plane crash along with another of her 13-year-old daughters.

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Since what happened with the basketball player, Vanessa Bryant has not rested a second to carry her family forward. In addition, he has worked side by side with the lawyers to clarify the events of that dark day on January 26, 2020 in the United States. A few months after one year, the lady has shown her willpower to stand up for the legacy of her partner and that of her children. 

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