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CNN Correspondent Rene Marsh’s Son Dies Aged 2

CNN Correspondent Rene Marsh’s Son Dies Aged 2

A correspondent at CNN, Rene Marsh recently announced the death of her 2-year-old son via her social media. She revealed, in her emotional tribute that Blake died after battling pediatric brain cancer for over 14 months.

On Thursday, the CNN journalist took to her Instagram and shared a lengthy tribute to Blake who passed away on 14 April. Blake was diagnosed with brain cancer in December 2019. In the tribute, Rene also included a carousel of photos that captured the child over the years.

‘’To my dear Blake aka ‘Blakey’, in your 25 months on earth, you taught me how much strength I had stored up in reserve that I didn’t know I had. You taught me endurance. You taught me a depth of love I have never experienced. You inspired me to keep going when I wanted to give up. You helped me prioritize what is truly important in this life,’’ she wrote.

In addition to that, she wrote about her late son’s special skills which included ‘hugging and kissing on-demand’’. In addition to those, were ‘top notch’ dance moves. She continued to say that she didn’t lose Blake; however, she lost all her dreams and hopes that a mom has for her son.

She said she lost her motherhood and she is mourning it all.

In conclusion, Rene said she will be dedicated to fighting pediatric cancer for the rest of her life.

‘’Your life was not in vain my sweet angel,’’ she wrote.

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