Muhammad Ali's daughter Hana shares touching family photos of her dad

Remembering Muhammad Ali, 1942 - 2016

Muhammad Ali's daughter Hana has posted family photos to her Instagram account in tribute to her father, who passed away Friday at age 74.

"Our father was a 'Humble Mountain!' And now he has gone home to God. Pray for the peace of his beautiful soul and for the happiness of his further journey. God bless you daddy. YOU ARE THE LOVE OF MY LIFE!" she wrote and tweeted.

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The photos show the legendary boxer in moments with his family.

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And a photo of Ali in action.

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And there's a really great picture she posted a few weeks earlier.

Dad asking Prince if he perms his hair.

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Hana Ali is the author of Ali's autobiography The Soul of a Butterfly and More Than a Hero, life lessons from Ali.

Muhammad Ali was admitted to a Phoenix-area hospital Thursday with respiratory issues and he passed away Friday evening. Reports emerged Friday that Ali's condition was serious enough to draw family members to his bedside. Ali was married four times and leaves behind nine children and a large extended family.

Look back at Muhammad Ali's life in photos:

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Muhammad Ali's daughter Hana shares touching family photos of her dad
American boxer and sometime actor Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay) as Eric Sevareid interviews him during an episode of the CBS Evening News, New York, March 24, 1964. (Photo by CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images)
LAS VEGAS - OCTOBER 2,1980: Muhammad Ali (L) throws a punch against Larry Holmes during the fight at Caesars Palace, on October 2,1980 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Larry Holmes won the WBC heavyweight title by a RTD 10. (Photo by: The Ring Magazine/Getty Images)
JUL 14 1981; Ali, Muhammad (Boxer) - Ind.; (Photo By Lyn Alweis/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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