Katie Couric left her fans feeling emotional with her as she shared a heartbreaking reminder on her social media, putting up a picture to remember someone who was a friend to her and was admired by millions of people across the globe.
READ: Katie Couric's daughter Ellie Monahan shares heartbreaking wedding detail
Katie posted a throwback photo of herself with the late Robin Williams, who passed away almost seven years ago.
WATCH: Katie Couric pleads with fans after sharing worrying health update from bed
She remembered Robin on his birthday, which was July 21, and mourned the fact that he wasn't around to see it, especially considering he would've turned 70. "Happy birthday Robin. You should have been around to celebrate your big 7-0. I miss you. Everyone misses you," she wrote in the caption.
SEE: Katie Couric designed her huge $6.3million home with sister Clara – and it's epic
She tried to remember happy times as well and start a conversation, adding to the caption, "Tell me your favorite Robin Williams movie below!
"Mine is Mrs. Doubtfire -drive by fruiting! Oh… and Good Will Hunting, Dead Poets Society, Patch Adams, Good Morning Vietnam, Moscow on the Hudson, Aladdin, pretty much everything he was ever in."
Katie remembered the legendary actor on what would've been his 70th birthday
Several other industry veterans let their feelings be known in the comments section, including Sharon Stone, who wrote, "He was my neighbor I miss him so," and Angie Harmon, saying, "Awakenings & Aladdin!! He was the reason I became an actor!!"
MORE: Why Katie Couric gave away sentimental keepsake from late husband
MORE: Katie Couric has fans taken aback with unbelievable fitness update
Many others in the comments section remembered the comedic legend by sharing their favorite movies of his, with one writing, "Hook. 'THERE YOU ARE, PETER!!!'" and another saying, "Dead Poet's Society!! Oh, Captain, my Captain."
The journalist emotionally shared the story of her friend Sarah
The journalist recently had another emotional moment on her social media, this time about her friend who was suffering from cancer.
She shared pictures of her friend Sarah and asked her followers to leave inspirational messages in the comments section. She responded to them writing, "your responses make me cry. Thank you all. Restores my faith in humanity."
Read more HELLO! US stories here
Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.