Caroline Flack remembered by friends and boyfriend one month after her death

Caroline Flack 's close friends and boyfriend have posted photos to honour her one month after her death.

She took her own life in February just hours after finding out she was going to trial for an assault charge against her boyfriend, Lewis Burton.

Her funeral took place last week and was attended by loved ones including Lou Teasdale, a good friend of Caroline's.

Lou, who used to be One Direction's hair stylist, posted a photo of herself with Caroline in an exotic location, both holding babies on a sunbed and looking happy.

She wrote alongside it: "1 month without you I miss you".


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And Caroline's boyfriend Lewis also posted a tribute to the TV presenter, who was aged 40 when she died.

He posted photos with Caroline on Instagram, the couple looking overjoyed in both as they cuddled up to each other.

He captioned the post: "It’s already been a month I love and miss you so much, I never thought that one day I will never be able to see or speak to you again.

"I wake up and think you’re going to be laying next to me or you’re going to call me in a minute. It just doesn’t seem real. I wish I could give you a kiss and a cuddle and say everything is going to be ok. I am so grateful I met you I just want to make you proud. X".

Caroline's friend Jaime Bradley as shared a poignant video of the star singing and dancing with friends, and said she couldn’t believe she’d been in this "blurry nightmare Black Mirror, upside down world" without Caroline for four weeks.

She posted snaps of the pair singing and dancing together at an Elton John concert, as well as a video which showed her belting out a tune in the back of a cab and celebrating at a bowling alley.

Jaime said the video was recorded by Caroline and sent to her in a bid to cheer her up when she was feeling down.

She wrote on Instagram : “My phone keeps reminding me everyday this week that ‘one year ago on this day’ Caroline was in NY visiting me.

"Happy memories from simpler times. I stayed in one of the nights because I was feeling pretty low, so Carrie and Ciara sent me a video singing from the back of a cab to cheer me up.

"She was the most thoughtful and supportive friend, always checking in if someone was down. You ALWAYS found the light in me that I couldn’t find."

Calling Caroline by a sweet nickname, she added: "At this time, more than ever, look after each other. Choose Love & Be Kind. I love you Pockets."

Caroline's mother gave an insight into the tear-jerking ceremony where family and friends remembered Caroline for the joy she had given them over the years.

She told the local newspaper: "There were lots of memories, smiles but mostly tears as we all remembered Carrie and the joy she had brought to all of our lives.

"All the family would like to say thank you so much to all Carrie's friends who travelled from all over the world to be there that day and who appreciated why we wanted to bring her back home to Norfolk.

"Friends included all the old pals she had either worked alongside or presented with on Fash FC, I'm A Celebrity, Xtra Factor, Love Island, friends old and new from the world of Strictly, the Bake Off and many many more."

Chris added everyone had the chance to share their stories about Caroline from her schooldays, college days and present day.

All the family had chosen to wear T-shirts for charity made by the late star's friend Keith Lemon.

Following the funeral, everyone attended the wake at the Black Horse.

It comes after Caroline's family released the late star's unpublished statement which she claimed her world had collapsed within 24 hours following her arrest at her north London flat.

She was charged with assault by beating after a row at her London flat with her boyfriend Lewis.

Caroline pleaded not guilty and her boyfriend always maintained her innocence.

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