Allison Holker shares heartbreaking first post since Stephen tWitch Boss' death

Allison Holker has shared her first post since the death of her husband, Stephen tWitch Boss, and it's utterly heartbreaking.

On Wednesday, the professional dancer shared a snapshot of the husband and wife duo seemingly wearing the same outfits as her previous video which was posted on December 11, just two days before Boss' tragic death

"My ONE and ONLY Oh how my heart aches. We miss you so much," she wrote in the caption.

Holker and Boss had been married since 2013 and share two children together - a son called Maddox and a daughter named Zaia.

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Immediately after it was published, the post gained thousands of supportive messages from friends and fans alike, sending their thoughts and prayers to the family.

One of the first to comment was Ellen DeGeneres, who wrote: "There is so much love coming to you. I hope you can feel it."

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The talk show's executive producer Andy Lassner also added: "So much love. We got you", while Kalen Allen, a regular contributor to the talk show, commented saying: "We'll take care of you all from now and forever more!"

Dancing with the Stars star Peta Murgatroyd also left a kind message saying, "sending you all the love Allison," while Derek Hough added: "We love you Ally. We all have you."

Former WWE wrestler Nikki Bella said she was "sending you so so soooo much love light and prayers Allison."

Ashley Tisdale also sent her well wishes.

"Sending so much love to you and ur family, [sic]" she wrote.

Loni Love, one of the co-hosts of popular daytime TV show The Real commented under the post, writing: "We got you and the children Sis.. He knows that!!!!" while former Full House star Jodie Sweetin emphasized that she "loves" the mom-of-two, adding: "I haven’t stopped thinking of you and the kids. You are surrounded with love, even in this darkest of moments."

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This comes just over a week after the heartbreaking news that Boss had taken his own life in a hotel room in Los Angeles.

As per TMZ, law enforcement officials told the outlet that Boss had taken an Uber from his home to a motel less than a mile away on Monday morning, switching his phone to airplane mode so no one could reach or track him.

His wife had rushed to the police station just a day later after noticing that her husband hadn't been in contact, which she described as very unusual of him especially since the couple hadn't been experiencing any "arguments or issues" at home.

Meanwhile, at the hotel, management was forced to enter Boss' room after he failed to check out the following morning. Upon entering, they discovered his belongings still in the room before finding his body in the bathroom and immediately called emergency services.

According to a separate report by TMZ, Boss allegedly left a note before his death, which "ambiguously" alluded to the professional dancer's "past challenges," but the outlet went on to add that it was "unclear exactly what he was referring to."

Rest in peace.