Vanessa Bryant is sharing a glimpse at a sweet reward from her late husband, Lakers legend Kobe Bryant.

She took to Instagram Monday to share a picture of the iconic environmentally friendly gown Sarah Jessica Parker wore in the sequence finale of “Sex and the City,” along with an picture from the 2004 episode.

“I really like you my baby @kobebryant,” Bryant, 38, wrote. “I located this stunning gown Kob gifted me a extensive time in the past. Not heading to lie, I was taken back with emotion. He was SO intimate. Continue to demonstrating me he ❤️’s me from Heaven. Enjoy you forever boo-boo.”

In the caption of her put up, Bryant elaborated on the thoughtful present. “#SexandtheCity When Mr. Huge arrives and gets Carrie back. Paris. Lacking my boo-boo and my sweet girl,” she wrote. “So awesome to have located this gown right now. You established the bar so superior baby. No really like like Genuine LOVE❤.”

Vanessa Bryant's Instagram photo of Sarah Jessica Parker's
Vanessa Bryant’s Instagram picture of Sarah Jessica Parker’s “Sex and the City” sequence finale gown, a sweet reward from her late husband Kobe BryantInstagram

Carrie Bradshaw’s classic seafoam frock is not the only piece of vogue heritage that Bryant gained from the basketball terrific, who tragically died in a helicopter crash along with the couple’s thirteen-year-aged daughter, Gianna, in January.

In an emotional speech at Kobe’s February memorial assistance, Bryant exposed that her husband also gifted her the blue gown Rachel McAdams’ character wore in the 2004 movie “The Notebook,” indicating, “He was truly the intimate one particular in our partnership.”

“When I asked him why he selected the blue gown, he explained it was because it was the scene when Allie arrives back to Noah. We experienced hoped to mature aged with each other like the movie,” Bryant spelled out.

“The Notebook” costume designer Karyn Wagner explained she was “bawling” when Bryant pointed out her perform, and that she “had zero idea” the Bryants have been in possession of the specific costume.

“I’m still drying the tears off my facial area. What a stunning eulogy,” Wagner explained to The Hollywood Reporter at the time. “I’m so honored that I was equipped to contribute in some tiny way to the heritage of this awesome person.”