Chester Bennington's wife shares new video taken months before his death
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Talinda Bennington, the widow of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, has shared a new video of the singer from her personal collection. The 45-second clip was filmed just two months before he took his own life and sees Chester speaking kind words about his wife. Watch the touching video below.

"I just wanted to tell you how much I love you and how much I miss you...and I just think you're the most amazing woman in the whole world," Chester says in the video. "I am so glad that you and I can always find a way to keep the magic alive and keep our love strong and be there for each other no matter what." 

The new video is the latest in a series of posts Talinda has made on social media since her husband's death. She previously released a photo of her family with Chester and followed it with a video of him eating mystery-flavored jelly beans in September. Linkin Park also shared a video of Chester warming up backstage before a show in September, singing a fun song about unicorns and lollipops.

The late musician was honored at the 2017 Loudwire Music Awards last month with the Vocalist of the Year Award. He was also celebrated by Halestorm vocalist Lzzy Hale, who gave an uplifting speech on dealing with depression and reassuring viewers they were not alone in their struggles.

Linkin Park's tribute show to Bennington was held at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Oct. 27. At the show, which featured performances from artists like Alanis Morrissette, Blink-182 and M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold, they debuted a new song written in his memory titled "Looking for an Answer." No official release has been announced for the song, though member Mike Shinoda told the crowd he would keep them informed on the recording process and ultimate plan for its release.

The band was also featured on an episode of "Carpool Karaoke" last month. The Facebook-streamed episode featured Bennington singing songs with bandmates Shinoda, Joe Hahn and actor Ken Jeong. The episode was shelved following Bennington's suicide, with host James Corden deciding it would need the family's approval before being made public. Talinda gave her blessing to publish the episode, which was officially released on Oct. 12. Watch the complete episode here.