Little Women's Christy McGinity & boyfriend will 'spread late daughter's ashes in ocean' on first anniversary of death

Little Women's Christy McGinity & boyfriend will 'spread late daughter's ashes in ocean' on first anniversary of death

March 10, 2021

LITTLE Women star Christy McGinity and her boyfriend, Gonzo Carazo, plan to spread their late daughter Violet’s ashes in the ocean on the first anniversary of her death. 

Christy, 43, and Gonzo’s daughter Violet Eva passed away on March 20, 2020 at only two weeks old after she was born premature.

Gonzo, 34, exclusively told The Sun: "We will probably spread her ashes in the ocean on the 20th of March which was the day she passed. 

“Since she was born March 6th she only lived for 2 weeks.”

Gonzo continued that they never had a funeral for their daughter.

The couple previously told The Sun that the funeral had been postponed because of Covid-19. 

The Little Women: LA star told The Sun at the time: “We are going to have a memorial of some type and spread her ashes. I was hoping the ocean. I’m going to bring Violet’s ashes to New York as soon as it’s safe for me to fly.”

Christie and Gonzo shared tributes on what would’ve been their daughter’s first birthday. 

Christie, who has two children from previous relationships, captioned a collage of photos of their daughter: “Today our Violet would have been a year old. Today we celebrate the two weeks we got to spend with our sweet girl. We cried when you passed away, we still cry today, although we loved you dearly, we couldn’t make you stay.

“Your Golden heart stoped beating, we laid you down to rest, God broke our hearts to prove, that he only takes the best. Violet Eva Carazo we miss, and love you so much. xo”

Gonzo wrote for his tribute: “Our Sweet Violet…You made me a dad and for that I’m forever grateful. You gave your Mom and I two amazing weeks that we’ll always treasure forever. We still cry and think about you everyday. Until we meet again my Angel.”

Gonzo previously told The Sun how the couple honored their late daughter on her first birthday. 

He said: “We both just made a post about her, said a prayer and just basically just went through photos on our phones from that day. I was just okay.”

The couple said in a statement at the time of her death: “It is with our deepest sorrow that we send our baby girl Violet Eva Carazo to play with the angels.

“We were able to spend two weeks with our sweet baby girl and for that we are forever thankful.”

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