CAROLINE Flack’s best friends have paid an emotional tribute to the late Love Island star two months to the day since she died.
Caroline passed away aged 40 after taking her own life in February and her closest pals have today lamented about her on social media.
Alongside two pictures of Caroline, Lou Teasdale wrote about how she ‘thinks of her every day’ in the touching message.
The celebrity hairdresser and stylist, who spent the night with Caroline before she died, has also spoken of her struggle to “move on” when the UK is currently at a standstill due to coronavirus.
Lou penned: “Two months have gone by what a crazy two months and how the world has changed.
“I think about you all day everyday How are we supposed to move on when time is frozen.
“Sorry to all those dealing with grief rn.”
Linking in another pal, Jodie Kelly, she continued: “@jodest we’ll all get together as soon as this is over
“I know all I needed was friends and family around me and I felt ok so I can’t imagine what all the people are going through who are losing people to this virus. Lots of love from us.”
One of the photos shows Caroline and Lou giggling together while sat in a tin bath.
A second is of just Caroline, taken as she sat on a giant bed in a grand bedroom with beamed ceilings.
Lou has received dozens of heartfelt messages, including some from hers and Caroline’s celebrity friends.
Nicola McLean wrote: “ sending love x.”Vicky Pattison also penned: “Sending love Lou .”
Former Coronation Street star Georgia May Foote added: “That smile hope you are ok x”
Meanwhile, another of Caroline’s friends – TV producer Mollie Grosberg – has also shared her own message and photograph of herself and the late star.
She wrote: “The best and most silliest girl. Miss her xxx I can’t believe it’s been two months.
“Think about this girl every morning when I wake up before I even open my eyes.
Caroline was tragically found dead at her London home on February 15, 2020.
A inquest was opened four days later and confirmed she had taken her own life. It was then adjourned to a later date so a full investigation into the circumstances can be carried out.
The winter series of Love Island was airing at the time and the show paid tribute to Caroline during one of the episodes.
Narrator Iain Stirling told viewers: “We are absolutely devastated by the tragic news that Caroline, a much-loved member of our Love Island family, has passed away.
“Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this dreadful time.
“Like many of you, right now we’re all just trying to come to terms with what’s happened.
“My only hope is that we can all try to be kinder, always show love and listen to one another.”