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Laura Whitmore has told how the coronavirus lockdown gave her the time and space to grieve for her close friend Caroline Flack.
Love Island host Flackin February this year, at the age of 40, and Whitmore has
The TV star – who had replaced Flack as the host of Love Island before the presenter’s death – opened up about her grief on the
She said it was particularly difficult because it had all been so public and that lockdown meant she could process her grief in private.
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She said: “I think at the time I didn’t deal with it because I probably wasn’t in a position where I could, because I was still doing this show (Love Island) and I really didn’t know, it was like, you know when you are on a rollercoaster and you need to get through it?
“And also, I’ve never lost someone in my group of friends who is so young.”
She went on: “It’s hard, I’ll get tagged in something by a fan account of Caroline and I’ll think it’s Caroline and it’s only now it’s hit me, that’s not her.”
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Whitmore went on: “I feel it’s okay to deal with grief privately if you choose to. Or find your group of friends, not that I was by myself, I had good people around me.
“I found it really difficult because it was so public, that’s why lockdown was really great if I’m honest because I had that privacy and I had that time.”
Flack, who had presented Love Island from 2015 to 2019,, triggering
The presenter was awaiting trial afterher boyfriend Lewis Burton.
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