Regina King makes touching tribute to son a year after his death Regina King makes touching tribute to son a year after his death 

Regina Lord is ending her web-based entertainment quietness, a year after her child's lamentable passing.

The entertainer and chief posted a caring recognition Thursday to her child, Ian Alexander Jr., who passed on a year prior at age 26 by self destruction.

To respect his life, Ruler recorded a lamp lighting function she partook in for his recognition, referring to him her as "directing light."

"January nineteenth is Ian's Worthday. As we actually process his actual nonappearance, we commend his presence.

We are all in better places in the world… so is Ian," Lord composed. "His soul is the string that interfaces us.

Obviously orange is your number one tone… Its the fire and the quiet. I see you in all that I relax."

Since Alexander's demise, Lord has stayed out of the public's eye, making this post the initial time she's spoken openly about her family's misfortune.

Throughout her career, King has been feted with many accolades including an Oscar and Golden Globe for "If Beale Street Could Talk," and several Emmys for "Watchmen," "American Crime" and "Seven Seconds."