Kelly Rizzo is mourning the loss of husband Bob Saget, who died at age 65 on Jan. 9, and she’s sharing her grief with Hoda Kotb on NBC News’ “Today”.

Rizzo told Kotb that she was still trying to process the loss of her husband: “I was just telling some of my family that today’s a little bit — there’s a little bit more of a sense of calm. I think you get to a point where your body will just physically not let you cry anymore, or at least all day.

“So I think I’m possibly getting there, or I’m just numb,” she added. “I can’t tell what it is right now.”

As Kotb questioned whether Rizzo reminisced about memories of little moments between her and her late husband, she insisted it was “impossible” not to.

“Everything is a memory, everything reminds me of him,” she told Kotb. “So, that’s been difficult but also wonderful at the same time.”

Rizzo also said the outpouring of love and support for Saget was the “silver lining” for her during this horrific time.

“I don’t know how else I’d be getting through this right now,” she said.

Kotb then mentioned that comedian Mike Young, Saget’s longtime touring partner, had told “Today” that the actor always wanted to fly home immediately after a standup gig to be with his wife.

Rizzo was in tears as she said, “He valued every single second that we had together.”

“So that’s why (this) is so heartbreaking. But at the same time, I know that (every) second that we had together was just maximized to the fullest. There was nothing left unsaid and nothing left on the table. So there are the things that I’m just trying to hold onto.”

“Today” previously offered a sneak peek of Kotb’s interview with Rizzo, her first since Saget’s death, before it aired on Thursday.

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In the clip, Kotb asked her what her late husband was like “when there was no audience? When there was no one around, no one to make laugh, what was that guy like?”

“It was still the same. He was there to just enjoy life,” Rizzo responded.

“And he just wanted to make people feel good. I mean if we went to a restaurant, he would talk to all of the waiters, the waitresses. He knew all the hosts. Everybody knew him and loved him,” she continued.

“And his constant message was ‘just treat everybody with kindness’ because he had gone through so much in his life, and he knew how hard life could be. And so he always was just so kind and loving to everybody. He was just the best man I’ve ever known in my life. He was just so kind and so wonderful, and everybody that was in his life knew it. And even anybody that would just casually meet him was like, ‘Wow, this is a special guy.’”

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