YouTuber Landon Clifford’s wife Camryn posts emotional video after his death

YouTube star Camryn Clifford has posted an emotional tribute video to her late husband, Landon Clifford, on TikTok.

“Missing him so much right now,” the 19-year-old widow and mother of two captioned the clip of her weeping in front of a bathroom mirror. The now-viral video, with more than 7.4 million views, is set
with the mournful lyrics, “Oh God I wanna feel again” from the popular TikTok track “Touch” by Sleeping At Last.

“I have loved watching [your] little family grow over the last few years,” fellow online star Victoria Bachlet commented on the short clip. “Sending all my love and praying for you, sweet girl.”

“This year doesn’t even seem real anymore,” another TikTok fan wrote, summing up the overall tenor of the more than 80,000 comments on the video streaming platform.

Camryn confirmed her 19-year-old husband’s death via Instagram on Saturday. The couple’s popular video series, “Cam & Fam,” racked up 1.29 million subscribers since debuting in 2017. The young family documented life with their kids, Collette Briar Clifford, 2, and Delilah Rose Clifford, who was born in May.

“August 13th 2020 was Landon’s last day being the best dad and husband he could be,” she wrote to her 477,000 followers. “After spending the following 6 days in a coma he passed on and donated several organs to people in need all over the country. He died saving the lives of others. That’s the type of person he was.”

Camryn revealed that the patriarch of the popular YouTube show had been in a medically induced coma after a brain injury before his death on Aug. 19. The young mom mourned the fact that he would not be able to walk his baby girls down the aisle one day.

“He was an amazing husband and the best father those girls could of ever asked for,” she wrote. “It saddens me deeply that they will never get to truly know him. He was so young and had so much more life to live . . . He was meant to die old with me. Words can not come close to describe the pain I feel.”

In a post shared on Instagram earlier this month, Camryn urged her followers to help “stop the stigma around mental health. You never know what someone else is going through so always choose to show kindness and grace.”

Fans have launched several online fund-raisers, saying they want to help Camryn cover medical expenses and funeral costs. One, billed as the “official GoFundMe for Landon Clifford,”  had generated nearly $27,500 in donations since it was posted on Sunday.

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