Former Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider cherishes the moments he shared with his late wife, Alicia Allain.
After announcing the tragic news of her death on social media on Tuesday, Schneider took to Facebook to post a sweet video of the two.
“A beautiful moment captured,” Schneider captioned the video of him and his wife dancing.
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In the precious video, he is seen dancing with his wife. The couple were all smiles as he spanked Allain several times before bringing her in for a personal kiss.
Schneider was seen blushing as he rocked his wife back and forth while playing with her blonde hair.
As Allain cries for Schneider, he kisses her head in a joyful moment.
Allan, producer and executive director, was just 53. The couple married in 2019.
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Since his wife’s death, Schneider has been sharing fond memories of the two.
He posted a photo of a previous post of him lovingly holding his wife’s face and kissing her.
The caption read, “For me, this is what love is.”
He also shared a glimpse of what he looked like enjoying his wife’s hands. Their wedding rings were shown in the photo.
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Schneider continued to reminisce about their life together, posting a photo of himself and his wife during the holidays.
“This is a time of unimaginable sadness for me. Sadness is too small a word. I have heard it said ‘with great love comes great sadness.’ I had no idea what it meant until now,” he wrote in part.
“Alicia was the biggest fuel in my dreams. The inspiration behind every creative thought. The fabric of my soul. The glue that held me together. I miss her more than ever. ‘no word could describe her.’
Schneider announced his wife’s death on social media late Tuesday, writing, “My beautiful smile is free of pain, living in her new body with Jesus.”
An obituary from Wilbert Funeral Home in Plaquemine, Louisiana, revealed that Allan died Tuesday surrounded by family at her home.
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The commentary for Allan reads, “From Brusly to Hollywood and back, Alicia was a force that inspired others, she was kind and generous to everyone she met. She always put herself last. She was very protective of her parents .She was a mama bear who protected all her cubs.She was a fighter to the end.
Although the cause of death was not disclosed, both Schneider and Allain were transparent about their battle with cancer.
In 2020, Schneider and Allain told “Fox & Friends” that she was diagnosed with stage 4 HER2 negative cancer.
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In addition to her daughter and granddaughter, Allan is survived by many other family members.
Fox News’ Caroline Thayer contributed to this report.