It is quite difficult and stressing to move on after your significant other passes away at an early age. And same goes for Chester Bennington's widow, Talinda Bennington.
But, after two years of suffering, she has finally found someone to look forward too. Yes, you heard it right, Talinda is now an engaged woman.
She recently announced on her social media account that she and her boyfriend have just gotten engaged. In the post, she vividly talked about how the death of your partner doesn't mean the end of yourself. Moreover, she also maintained, Chester's former bandmates accepted her fiance, Michael F.
Mike Shinoda even congratulate her on the comment section. He wrote in his comment, “I’ve already congratulated you both in person, but congrats again, ha!” he wrote. “All our love and support!”
Talinda announced on her Instagram she is engaged. Source: Talinda Bennington Instagram (User Name: talinda320)
She concluded her long-caption like picture by thanking and appreciating all the fans that stood by her through thick and thin. Furthermore, Talinda stated she will keep Chester in her memories and cherish all the fun time they had.
Her fiance, Michael, is a Los Angeles Firefighter, TMZ reports. We sure hope this new beginning of Talinda's life is filled with roses and that the void Chester left after his apparent suicide is once again occupied.
Chester and Talinda had tied the knot on December 31, 2005. The couple shared three kids, twins, Lila & Lily, 8, and Tyler Lee, 13. This was the second marriage for Chester, he previously married Samantha Marie Olit. In total, he was a father of six children with three different women.
Chester with his Wife and Children attending an award ceremony. Source: Unilad.co.uk
The Linkin Park lead vocalist took his own life in July 2017, at the age of 41. After his death, there were many speculations he committed suicide after the demise of his close friend, Chris Cornell.
Ever since his death, Talinda has been quite vocal about mental health and from time to time shares her opinion on the matter, through her social media platform.
Suicide is never an option, ladies & gentlemen, for anything. Period!