Love Island narrator, Iain Stirling, shares moving tribute to his friend Caroline Flack 1 month ago

Love Island narrator, Iain Stirling, shares moving tribute to his friend Caroline Flack

She will be so missed.

Incredible and moving tributes have been pouring in for the lovely Caroline Flack.

Yesterday, it was confirmed that the presenter had passed away.

Her untimely death has prompted many to open a conversation about the Internet, trolling and how we all need to be more careful with our words.

And while of course this is important, today, we want to focus on the tributes from Caroline's loved ones.

The people that knew her, and loved her.

One of those people is Love Island's narrator, Iain Stirling, who was close friends with Caroline.

Last night, Iain posted a video of Caroline during her time on Dancing With The Stars to his Instagram.

He captioned the post:

"Today my friend wandered into heaven. I bet it was in slow motion and sassy as fuck. Love you x"

 

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Today my friend wandered into heaven. I bet it was in slow motion and sassy as fuck. Love you x

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Iain's girlfriend, Laura Whitmore, was also among those paying tribute to a wonderful presenter, talent and person.

In an emotional two minute tribute on Five Live this morning, Laura Whitmore opened up about her friend:

"She was bubbly and for such a small stature, commanded a room. She loved to laugh and had the most infectious chuckle. She also had many struggles, I am not going to pretend she was perfect. She lived every mistake publicly under the scrutiny. Caroline loved to love, that’s all she wanted."

"Which is why the show Love Island was important to her. The problem wasn’t the show, the show was loving, caring and safe and protective. The problem is, the outside world is not."

"People who make unkind comments on an online forum need to look at themselves. Sorry."

"To the press the newspaper - who demonise and tear down distress we have had enough."

Anyone who may be affected by this story can contact The Samaritans on 116-123.