Kim Kardashian remembers her father Robert on the 18th anniversary of his death: ‘I Know You See And Guide’

Kim Kardashian honored her father, Robert Kardashian Sr. who died when she was just 18 years old. 

On Thursday, the 40-year-old shared several throwback photos of the deceased lawyer on her Instagram stories. Next to a black-and-white photo of them, Kim wrote a sweet message, saying she still feels him every day as he continues to “guide” her after his death. She wrote:

“18 years ago was the worst day of my life. But I know you see and guide. Love never dies. Love you dad. ”

Robert, who became a household name as part of OJ Simpson’s trial, died of esophageal cancer on September 30, 2003, at 59. In addition to the personal snapshot, the reality star also shared some photos of herself and her mother Kris Jenner, and sisters Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian. Take a look at the heartfelt tributes (below):

As fans know, Kimmy Kakes has continued to honor his poppa by following in his footsteps and trying to pursue law. Talking with Vanity Fair, she shared earlier how Robert “would have loved” to see her tackle this career meeting and said:

“However, we have had the conversation about going to law school. Him and I when I was in college and I was trying to think what my major would be, I said, ‘Okay. I could educate myself in political science and really do this, ‘and then he was like,’ Listen. You have seen the hard work it takes. I have no doubt you know this, but being a lawyer is a really stressful life. Do you really want to be a lawyer? ‘And then I ended up reading in communication instead. ”

Sending our thoughts and prayers to Kim and the family on this difficult day.