At the time of her death, James took to Instagram to post a throwback photo of Anne, with the caption, “love you forever,” alongside a broken heart emoji.
In August, Anne died following inhalation and thermal injuries sustained in a crash. She also had a sternal fracture due to blunt trauma that contributed to her passing. After spending seven days in a coma, the 53-year-old was pronounced dead on Aug. 11.
Earlier this month, her oldest son Homer—who she shared with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon—took over her Instagram account and thanked fans for their support ahead of the Jan. 24 release of her posthumous memoir, Call Me Anne.
“Hi Everybody, Homer here,” he wrote Jan 5, alongside a picture of the book cover. “Never imagined I’d find myself responsible for mom’s IG account, but here we are. First things first, from August to now, the amount of love, care and support shown by those on social media and IRL has been overwhelming and blessedly received—thank you.”