Caroline Flack tragically passed away a year ago today and the former Love Island host’s ex partner, Andrew Brady, has penned an emotional letter to the “one in a billion” star.
Today marks the one year anniversary since the popular TV presenter was found dead at her home in London and leading the many tributes to the presenter was her ex fiancé and former Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady, who shared an emotional letter directed to his ex on Sunday.
The pair dated back in 2018 and became engaged shortly before they split.
Sharing his letter that was originally written on a WordPress website to Instagram, he began by describing the pain of losing her.
“TOMORROW is the 1-year anniversary of Caroline’s death, the person I loved more than anyone I ever thought possible,” he wrote.
“Not a day goes by that I don’t think of her, I have some truly incredible memories of her etched on to my mind for eternity.”
Andrew and Caroline embarked on a whirlwind romance after he appeared on Celebrity Big Brother at the start of 2018.
By April they were engaged but constantly surrounded by reports their romance was on the rocks.
Andrew, who now has returned to the UK, continued: “She really was that one in a billion who I will continue to love and miss until my last day on this weird little waking planet we live on.”
“Caroline you were one of a kind. You were so hurt. Tormented for years.
“Let down by so many people. If only people got to see the real you. Behind closed doors, it would make sense to them all.
“You taught me so much and made me feel that heroine type love that you can’t escape. Even now.
“I am so sorry for everything I did and I forgive you for everything you did. I won’t forget you but I need to mend. I hope I don’t have to say any more on the matter.”
The reality TV star went on to share a Spotify playlist of their favourite songs from their time together.
He joked: “Caroline loved music, she hogged the mic and tore it up every time. It became known as CarrieOKE.
“You decide how your party goes but please listen to a few songs at the top and share the love we once felt for each other.
“It was magical – Mrs. By Leon Bridges – was our song. If you shut your eyes and just listen you might just understand how I felt and how I still feel about her.”
Andrew ends the letter by wishing the late TV presenter a “Happy Valentine’s Day!”.
He also notes the importance of reaching out for help if people are struggling.
“You owe it to yourself, you beautiful person,” he wrote to readers.
“TOMORROW could be the best day of your life, but it’s down to you to make that happen. Go and make it happen!”