KEITH Lemon shared an emotional clip with late friend Caroline Flack today six months on from her tragic death.
The Celebrity Juice host, 47, rediscovered a fun video they had recorded that saw them fall about in hysterics.
In the short clip the close pals sing famous Scooby Doo theme song before bursting into laughter.
Keith wrote on Instagram: “Just found this. Old times with an old friend. Bless her and her wonderful laugh. Keep laughing people! Keep laughing! #bekind.”
It was well received by friends and fans alike with Denise Van Outen writing: “Her laugh was Epic .”
Singer Sam Bailey posted: “I miss that laugh!!! What a wonderful soul!!! Miss her! X.”
While a fan commented: “Such a beautiful woman with an infectious laugh god rest her soul.”
Caroline died by suicide on February 15, the day after she had learned the CPS was pursuing charges that she allegedly attacked her boyfriend Lewis Burton, 27.
The inquest into her death took place last month and saw her mum Christine and twin sister Jody deliver an emotional statement.
It read: “We came here knowing, as the coroner found, that Caroline committed suicide and that this was driven by her fear of the humiliation she would face at a trial that should never have been going to happen.”
They slammed the CPS and Metropolitan Police, saying they “came to this inquest to cover up their part in Caroline’s death”.
Christine told how the coroner “struggled to see how the injury could be described as serious” and “there seemed to be a desire to punish Caroline” by pushing for a charge.
Her family have maintained she was only charged to be made an example of due to her celebrity status.
Christine blasted claims made by the CPS and police throughout the inquest as “not true”, and slammed a Met Detective who “seemed amused at my distress today”.
The grieving mum added: “I do not believe from what I heard from this individual that she treated Caroline fairly and had Caroline not been a celebrity this matter would have ended that night.”
She paid a glowing tribute to her daughter, beloved by so many after appearing on hit TV shows.
Christine described the star as “beautiful; fun; opinionated; kind; loyal; full of confidence; and full of fears”, before issuing a fierce warning to anyone who “pretended to love Caroline and took advantage of her kindness and they know who they are”.