Aaron Carter’s Fiancée, Melanie, to Honor Him Throughout Christmas with Son
Aaron Carter‘s reminiscence will likely be honored this vacation season — due to his fiancée, Melanie Martin, who’s preserving his spirit alive with numerous tributes as Christmas quick approaches.
Sources near Melanie inform TMZ … she continues to be very a lot mourning the dying of her fiancé, and that this primary Christmas with out him is, little question, going to be extremely tough — particularly since final 12 months’s was so stuffed with pleasure as they shared time with their son.
With that mentioned, we’re instructed Melanie goes to pay tribute to her son’s father in a wide range of other ways through the vacation — by way of presents, decorations and even a home-cooked meal.
For starters, we’re instructed Melanie has put collectively a scrapbook full of images of Aaron, herself and their child … which, whereas not completely full, will likely be positioned beneath her tree for him. Talking of presents, she additionally bought one thing for younger Prince — with AC in thoughts.
It is a child-sized grime bike, which Melanie gave to Prince early this 12 months … and which has a direct tie to Aaron — who liked to trip himself. Our sources say Melanie believes Aaron would’ve given Prince one thing like this in some unspecified time in the future … so no higher time than now.
On high of that, we’re instructed Melanie was gifted a customized decoration in honor of Aaron that she’s placing on her tree as nicely — a wing-shaped trinket with Aaron’s title engraved on it.
There’s additionally the matter of meals, which we’re instructed was huge for Aaron round this time of the 12 months. In 2021, our sources say he cooked up a feast for Melanie and her household — which included Kobe beef … so this 12 months, we’re instructed, she’s making ready an analogous meal as a tribute.
As we reported … Melanie has been capable of regain custody of Prince within the wake of Aaron’s sudden passing — and it feels like she’s doing every part she will to deal with his loss.
He was 34.