CAROLINE Flacks best friend Mollie Grosberg has shared an adorable picture of her dog Ruby after taking her in.
The TV producer, who saw the presenter hours before her tragic death, posted a picture of the pup asleep on her bed.
Alongside the image, she wrote: “I never want this snoring to stop.”
Caroline kept custody of her beloved French Bulldog following her split from Andrew Brady in 2018.
The presenter wasfound dead after taking her own life at her flat in Stoke Newington, North East London, on Saturday.
Mollie previously shared a heartbreaking last picture of the star taken on Valentine’s Day before her death.
Mollie will be looking after Caroline’s dog Ruby
Mollie previously shared the last picture of Caroline
In a caption alongside the last photo, Mollie wrote: “Our funny valentine bought us cookies and oat milk this year.”
She shared a series of touching clips of Carolinelaughing and joking on holiday, during her 39th birthday celebrations and attempting to scale an indoor climbing wall with friends earlier this month.
Mollie also revealed she is now taking care of Caroline’s pet dog Ruby following her death.
An inquest into her death, which started yesterday at Poplar Coroner’s Court, heard police attended after being flagged down near the property and gave CPR at the scene in a desperate bid to save her.
Mollie also revealed she is now looking after Caroline’s pet dog Ruby
Caroline was tragically found dead on Saturday
Members of Caroline’s family were not present in court for the five-minute hearing, which was adjourned until a full inquest hearing in August.
Two months before her death Caroline had been charged with assaulting boyfriend Lewis Burton, 27, at her then home in North London.
Caroline strongly denied the charge and her management team has slammed the CPS for pursuing the case despite Lewis saying he didn’t support the prosecution.
Yesterday Caroline’s mum Chris said the Love Island star had been “surrounded by love” but ultimately the CPS show trial had been “too much for her”.
Speaking for the first time since her daughter’s tragic death on Saturday, Chris said Caroline was struggling with the “hurt of injustice”.
Describing an unpublished Instagram post released by her family, her mum said: “It was describing how she was feeling and what she had gone through – no more than that. It was not blaming anyone or pointing any fingers.”
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