Meghan McCain marks her father's birthday: 'Happy birthday Dad. I love you.'
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Meghan McCain shared on multiple social media platforms a photo showing former Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainMomentum growing among Republicans for Supreme Court vote before Election Day McConnell urges GOP senators to 'keep your powder dry' on Supreme Court vacancy McSally says current Senate should vote on Trump nominee MORE's (R) grave covered with flags, flowers plants and other ornaments, with the caption “Happy Birthday Dad. I love you.”

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Happy birthday Dad. I love you.

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John McCain, the 2008 Republican nominee for president, died last year after a battle brain cancer. He was 81.

Meghan McCain also posted on the eve of the one-year anniversary of her father’s death, Aug. 25, remembering her dad with a photo of the two holding hands.

“Last year tomorrow, August 25th was the worst day of my life. I lost my hero. I miss my father every single day, I will for the rest of my life. Grief is omnipresent and relentless. For every single person who has sent prayers, love & support to my family, we are truly grateful,” she posted Saturday.

On Saturday, she also shared a photo of herself and her father sitting on a bench, saying she would “take a break from social” media until his birthday.

“The memory of my father's life continues to guide me today, as it always will. Remember to cherish your loved ones. I still can’t believe my heart didn’t stop when yours did, Dad,” she wrote.