Caroline Flack’s manager has shared unseen videos of the late star, saying he misses her “so very much”.
Nathan Charles Smith, who was close friends with the former Love Island presenter and represented her, paid tribute to “fallen angel” Caroline who tragically died three weeks ago at the age of 40.
The TV presenter was found dead at her east London home on February 15 having taken her own life.
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Taking to his Instagram account, Nathan shared videos of Caroline on a photoshoot having her hair done as she smiles and waves to him on set.
Alongside the clip, he wrote: “Sorry. Saturdays are the hardest. I miss you so very much,” alongside a broken heart emoji.
Another snap of the star shows her sitting on a surfboard on the beach during the shoot, with the song Fallen Angel by Gabrielle playing.
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The lyrics read: “Wounded spirit. Troubled soul. Fallen angel. Let it all go.
"Just believe and you will see all the good things your life can be."
Nathan then shared some snaps of Caroline, including her looking incredibly proud to be standing in front of her face on a poster for Chicago on the West End, which she starred in as Roxie Hart.
While a second shows her standing on front of a billboard for Love Island in London’s Piccadilly Circus.
It comes after Caroline’s management team opened up on her last weeks before her tragic death, saying “television ceased to become a priority” for her.
Francis Ridley of Money Talent Management said: “Throughout what was a very dark time for Caroline, ITV executives working on Love Island did indeed remain in touch with us regularly to offer support if required and also just to see how she was. Caroline knew this. Caroline loved Love Island. It was her show.
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“She lived it. And I’m sure she hoped that one day she would be allowed to return to it.
“Sadly not only will this never happen now, but in the last few weeks of her life the world of television ceased to become a priority for her as she battled to just see a way through to getting her life back.”
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