Courtney Love Remembers Kurt Cobain on their 28th Year Wedding AnniversaryHipworth
The singer, songwriter and actress took a little moment on Tuesday to pay dues to her late husband on what would have been their 28-year wedding anniversary, if Kurt Cobain were still alive and they were still together. The two got married back in 1992 (The year of Grunge!) and stayed married until Kurt Cobain the singer and songwriter of the great band Nirvana, died by suicide on 5th April, 1994. They have a daughter, Frances Bean Cobain – 27 years old.
Courtney shared on Instagram
“This man was an angel. i thank him for looking out for me , many parts of the the last 28 years have been torturous chaotic and uphill, and in public?” she continued. “That is the darkest sh*t imaginable, it almost tapped my resilience , almost . but between Kurt’s strange amazing divinity, and the honor of a few true friends, the gift of desperation and sobriety. Of a Higher power and of love, and of empathy, I’m here now. It’ll be ok, f**k, I see him on the shore. Rocking in the free world. My husband.”
Not long before his death, the late Nirvana singer had recently checked out of a rehabilitation facility. Love had said he was suicidal. Courtney spoke of this in the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, where the documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck was screened.
“We were best friends. I’ve had great boyfriends since, but I’ll never have another friend like that. It’s that punch drunk love, where you meet your soulmate and you’re 25,” she expressed. “There are other kinds of love, more mature love. But this was a soulmate thing.”
Back in December 2009 Frances Bean inherited 37% of her late father’s estate.
In an article published by People Magazine, Frances Bean Cobain stated she feels ‘guilt’ over inheriting the money, which she is said to be about $95,000 a month, because she ‘didn’t earn it,’
‘It’s almost like this big, giant loan that I’ll never get rid of,’ she revealed during an episode of the RuPaul: What’s The Tee? podcast.
‘I have an almost foreign relationship to it or guilt because it feels like money from somebody that I’ve never met, let alone earned myself.’