Caroline Flack was remembered by her best friend on the first anniversary of her death.
The former Love Island host tragically committed suicide last February at the age of 40.
Today marks the first anniversary of her death and her celebrity friends and close friends have paid tribute on social media.
Caroline Flack’s death: Honors mark the first anniversary
Mollie Grosberg, who was a close friend of Caroline, wrote a message on Instagram on Monday.
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She shared a video with Caroline kissing her on the cheek and saying, “Forever my favorite. Don’t just think about your everyday life today. Every single day.
“It left a gaping hole that no one can ever fill, but it brought so many people together and I will always be grateful for that.”
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She added, “I will never ever forget you, Caroline Flack.”
Meanwhile, Caroline’s other close friend Lou Teasdale shared a message on Instagram.
Don’t just think about your everyday life today. Every single day.
It just read, “I really miss you,” followed by a photo of Caroline looking happy.
Caroline died at her London home on February 15, 2020 after taking her own life.
The presenter died a few weeks before going on trial for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton.
Honors from her celebrity friends were also shared today to commemorate the star.
Lewis shared a photo with his Instagram stories of himself and Caroline and wrote, “I’ll never forget you.”
Laura Whitmore, who replaced Caroline on Love Island, shared photos on her Instagram.
She labeled the post with a red love heart emoji.
Meanwhile, Love Island paid tribute to the late star as well.
In addition to a picture of the presenter, the show’s tribute read: “Always in our hearts.”
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Additionally, the show’s narrator, Iain Stirling, said on Instagram, “To my friend Caroline, who is thinking of you today. Miss you buddy. “
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