Kelly Rizzo Says There's 'No Room for Judgement' After Being Criticised for Moving On From Bob Saget 'Too Fast'  

Kelly Rizzo refuses to let people determine her life decisions.  

On Sunday, the 44-year-old actress and podcaster posted a TikTok video in which she responded to a user who backed her decision to move on with Breckin Meyer two years after her husband Bob Saget died.

In the video, she discussed how losing a spouse differs for everyone and stated that "unless you are a widow or a widower, you truly have absolutely no place and no right to comment on this, because you do not know what it's like."  

"The vast, vast, vast majority of all of the comments and feedback and support and everything I've gotten since Bob passed, 99%  

she said at the start of her nearly five-minute video. "But there are some people who just love to talk."  

"You just don't understand the incredibly complex and difficult and dynamic thoughts and feelings that come up during this entire process," he said.  

The actress stated that widowers may experience sadness, remorse, and loneliness months or years after their spouse's death.  

"You feel guilty, you feel shamed, you feel horrible, but yet you also feel lonely, and so you wanna do it," she told me.   

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