Andrew Brady has shared an emotional letter a year on from the death of his former fiancée Caroline Flack.
The former star of The Apprentice, 30, shared a lengthy letter on Sunday that pays tribute to Caroline almost a year on from her death.
The Love Island presenter took her own life at the age of 40 on February 15, 2020. The pair had dated in 2018 and were even engaged before they split. Now, Andrew has shared a link to a letter on his Instagram Stories that he has written on a WordPress website. Andrew writes:
“TOMORROW is the 1-year anniversary of Caroline’s death, the person I loved more than anyone I ever thought possible. “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 Brady posted a link to his tribute letter to Caroline Flack on Instagram He later adds of the late Love Island presenter: “She was so hurt and she didn’t deserve any of this. “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.”
The CelebrityBig Brother star also wrote about the kind of person Caroline was. He notes: “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.” Andrew Brady cosies up to Caroline Flack in an old snap from their time together Andrew also goes on to share a Spotify playlist of the pair’s favourite songs from their time together.
He reveals: “Caroline loved music, she hogged the mic and tore it up everytime. 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!”.
Earlier within the letter, Andrew also encourages anyone struggling to reach out for help should it be needed. Andrew pens: “You owe it to yourself, you beautiful person.
TOMORROW could be the best day of your life, but it’s down to you to make that happen. Go and make it happen!”
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