Trevor Noah is mourning the loss of the woman he says showed him 'the truest definition of unconditional love.'On Thursday, The Daily Show host announced the death of his beloved grandmother Frances Noah, otherwise known as Gogo, at the age of 95.TheJohannesburg, South African native paid tribute to his family's matriarch by sharing a silent video of the two posing for a photo, which was led with a famous quote from Gogo: 'How can I smile for a photo when I don't have teeth?' RIP: Trevor Noah, 38, is mourning the death of his grandmother Frances 'Gogo' Noah, following her death at the age of 95'This morning our family laid to rest the oldest member of our clan Frances Noah, or as most of us referred to her, Gogo,' the comedian, 38, began in his tribute.'My grandmother was born in 1927 and even though she was 95 years old, she still had the best memory of us all.
Every moment spent with her felt like a magical journey through time where she would recount all of the family's greatest joys, losses, achievements and milestones.' Noah proceeded to reveal that her house in Soweto, a township in Johannesburg, 'wasn't just a home' but also a 'refuge for other women who had no other place to go.'Her home was also 'a place where members of the community would gather to pray together every single week, a place where everyone was guaranteed to feel the love emanating from her mighty chest.' Heartfelt: In his Instagram tribute, The Daily Show host remembered how 'every moment spent with Gogo felt like 'a magical journey through time where she would recount all the family's greatest joys, losses, achievements and milestones' Giving woman: Noah reminisced about how Gogo used to open up her home in Johannesburg, South Africa to 'women.Read more on dailymail.co.uk