CAROLINE Flack’s inspirational “Be Kind” quote has gone viral on the first anniversary of her death as friends and fans pay tribute.
The Love Island host took her own life at her North London home in February 2020 aged 40, devastating the celebrity world.
Caroline Flack died one year ago today
She famously posted a message on Instagram in 2019 reading “In a world where you can be anything, be kind.”
Following her tragic death, it was adopted by fans to encourage people to be nicer to one another.
Today the phrase is once again being used as Caroline is remembered.
Channel 4 wrote on Twitter: “Our thoughts are with Caroline’s family, friends and fans. Remember, it’s more important than ever to #BeKind.”
Denise Van Outen posted a loveheart and added “remembering @crolineflack1 #BeKind.”
One fan wrote: “Every time I saw Caroline she was smiling. Vivacious and mischievous is how I’ll always remember her. Today I’m reminded to #BeKind. My thoughts are with her family.”
Another posted: “R. I. P Caroline Flack can’t believe it was a year ago today, thoughts with family and friends at this difficult time and remember to be kind to people you never know what their going through #CarolineFlack #BeKind.”
While a third shared: “One year ago today since we lost the beautiful Caroline Flack what an absolute sweetheart with the biggest heart she was
“In a world where you can be anything.. Be Kind rip Caroline xx miss you xx.”
The Love Island host is much missed
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