Bobbi Kristina Brown is still mourning the loss of her superstar mother, Whitney Houston, who passed away six months ago.
And the 19-year-old has written a poignant letter to the late singer just as the world gets to see Whitney's last performance — in the movie Sparkle.
Bobbi Kristina penned the note, which was published in Ebony magazine, telling how proud she was of her mother's work in the film.
"Mom, I know that making the movie Sparkle meant everything to you," she wrote.
"You always told me and Nicholas and the family, 'This is for you, this is for us, this is for the family. This is for you Bobbi Kris.'
"You told me that all the time. I'm so proud that you were able to finish making Sparkle before things happened. You did it for us. Mom, you had such a great time making the movie. You glowed throughout… you just glowed.
"My mother being so happy was an absolutely beautiful thing for me to watch. I'm very proud of you."
Bobbi Kristina and boyfriend Nick Gordon walked the red carpet at the premiere of Sparkle on Thursday night and showed off the "WH" tattoos that they both had etched onto their wrists in tribute to the star of The Bodyguard.
The teen spoke out recently about her father, Bobby Brown, checking into rehab for his court-mandated punishment following his DUI arrest in March.
She told reporters who asked if her dad was "rising above" his alcohol issues, "rising above is not the word you should use… not at all."