Allison Holker, widow of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, seems to be gradually adjusting to her new normal, nearly three months after the dancer’s tragic death.
The mother-of-three has retreated from the public eye in recent months as she mourns the loss of her husband, only occasionally taking to social media to share tributes and statements about her children’s father.
But over the weekend, the 35-year-old seemed to fight on as she took her two youngest children for a stroll through their neighborhood in Encino.
Allison Holker was spotted over the weekend taking a walk with her two youngest children in her Encino neighborhood
The 35-year-old dancer can be seen pushing three-year-old daughter Zaia in a pram, while son Maddox, six, follows behind
The outing comes nearly three months after the shocking death of husband Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss who tragically committed suicide at the age of 40
Exclusive photos from DailyMail.com show a gloomy Allison dressed for the cool weather in a cream double-breasted coat, jeans and sneakers, pushing three-year-old daughter Zaia in a stroller while her son Maddox, six, followed behind.
The former Dancing with the Stars dancer still wore her wedding ring on her left finger.
Little Zaia wore a limited edition pop artist Keith Haring ‘holding heart’ sweatshirt from H&M’s kids line under a denim jacket, while her brother wore a hoodie and shorts.
The outing marks a rare sighting of the family since the death of their beloved patriarch DJ tWitch.
The former Ellen show DJ died in Encino last year at age 40, with the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner ruling the next day that his death was a suicide, People reported.
He was found on Dec. 13 in a hotel just half a mile from the family’s $2.7 million home.
Allison has retreated from the public eye as she picks up the pieces for her young family as a now widowed mother
The former Dancing with the Stars dancer still wore her wedding ring on her left finger
Support: Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’s wife, Allison Holker, 35, took to Instagram on Friday to send her children a loving message of support nearly three months after his tragic passing
At the time, a heartbroken Allison released a statement saying, “He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans.”
The couple were known to millions of followers for their slick dance shorts shown on social media, which sometimes included Allison’s eldest daughter, Weslie, 14, from a previous relationship who was later adopted by Boss.
On the outside, they were the perfect family, complete with a white picket fence, so it naturally came as a devastating shock to everyone when the husband, father, and TV personality committed suicide.
Allison is now left to pick up the pieces for her young family as a widowed mother.
Other than a brief outing over the holidays, the Boss family hasn’t been out and about.
Allison’s first birthday since her husband’s passing on Feb. 6 was also very low-key and was not mentioned on any of her platforms.
Update: A source recently told People that the mother-of-three is “doing as well as expected” after her husband’s shocking death
His family: The mum-of-three shared Weslie, 14, Maddox, six, and Zaia, three, with the late star
Three days later, DailyMail.com reported that Allison had filed legal papers to collect half of her late husband’s property and monetary assets, as there were “no written agreements” between the two.
A day before Alison’s outing, she posted a sweet message to her children on Instagram.
“My beloved, we are stronger than you could ever imagine. And we will stand strong together as a unit, and find the courage to hold each other up. I’ll be there for you every step of the way through the highs and lows, the ups and downs.
‘I’ll protect and I’ll lead, I’ll be a listening ear, a shoulder to cry on, I’ll have mommy jokes ready for when you need a good laugh.
“The love and light in our hearts will still shine. I love you forever and always. Mom.’
If you or a loved one is experiencing suicidal thoughts or actions, contact the National Suicide Hotline at 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)