Chris Cornell’s Wife Shares Open Letter to Her Late Husband: ‘You Were Right When You Said We Are Soulmates’

In the arise of Chris Cornell’s new self-murder on the night of May 17, 2017, his wife Vicky Cornell has expelled an open notation to her late husband, which was shared yesterday on Billboard.com. In the letter, she goes into fact about their close attribute and her despondency in losing him.

“You had always pronounced we saved you, that you wouldn’t be alive if it were not for me,” the notation says. “My heart gleamed to see you happy, vital and motivated. Excited for life. Doing all you could to give back. We had the time of the lives in the last decade and I’m sorry, my honeyed love, that we did not see what happened to you that night.”

Cornell’s self-murder came as a startle to many. For Vicky, she believes she will see Chris again. Until then, she will concentration on holding caring of their children. Cornell left behind 3 kids ages 16, 12 and 11. 

“I’m broken, but we will mount up for you and we will take caring of the pleasing babies,” Vicky goes on to say. “I will consider of you every notation of every day and we will fight for you. You were right when you pronounced we are soulmates. It has been pronounced that paths that have crossed will cranky again, and we know that you will come find me, and we will be here waiting.”

After behaving with his rope Soundgarden at the Fox Theater, Chris, 52, was found passed in his hotel room in Detroit. His death has given been ruled a self-murder by unresolved by the Medical Examiner’s Office in Wayne County, Michigan. For Vicky though, she has given pronounced in a matter that she believes his death was actually an accident.

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with Vicky and the rest of the Cornell family.

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