LATE comic Joan Rivers’ grandson Cooper looks all grown-up in a photo as the 19-year-old returned home from college to see his mom, Melissa.
The iconic star passed away in 2014 after she stopped breathing during a throat procedure.
Melissa took to Instagram recently to share the picture of her only son as she captioned it: “@cooper.endicott is back!! So is his laundry!”
In the snap, the teen is in an airport parking lot standing behind a luggage cart as he stares ahead while wearing a blue shirt under a leather jacket, a backwards hat and a bandana to cover his nose and mouth.
People were loving the post as they took to the comments section to respond.
One wrote: “Omg his is so big now,” while another added, “Wow he’s all grown up.”
Melissa, 52, shares Cooper with her ex-husband, John Endicott, as the former pair were married from 1998 to 2003.
Earlier in the year, the comic was able to spend some quality time with Cooper while social distancing with him.
She told People at the time: “I’m really loving having him back in the house. We’re making the best of it, and I’m really lucky because we have a really good relationship.”
She added: “He’s literally the love of my life, and I am the bane of his existence.”
The TV personality once told the outlet that she notices her late mom “in my parenting.”
She explained: “I’ll say something, and as soon as the words come out of my mouth, I’m like, ‘Wow. I sound just like my mom!’”
Melissa added: “The best legacy that I can give my mother — that everyone can give their parent — is to raise a good and decent child.
“One who gives back, and has a clear understanding of the understanding of not just being good, but doing good, as well. Cooper is my mom’s greatest legacy.”
Joan, highly regarded as one of the most influential comedic voices ever, died six days after being put in a medically induced coma following a procedure .
The cause of death would be brain damage due to a lack of oxygen.
Joe would have a lengthy career, introducing herself to a younger audience thanks to the show Fashion Police as well as her reality show Joan & Melissa alongside her daughter.
Cooper became known to fans thanks to his mom and grandma’s program which aired from 2011 to 2014.
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