Caroline Flack seen in moving footage as tearful friends & family pay tribute to star in Channel Four documentary

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CAROLINE Flack is shown in never-before-seen footage in a new heart-rending documentary about her life.

The tragic star, who died a year ago this week aged 40, appears in home-video clips alongside tributes from her friends and family.

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Caroline Flack is seen in never-before-seen footage in a new documentary

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The star’s highs and lows are shown in C4’s Caroline Flack: Her Life And Death

Channel 4’s Caroline Flack: Her Life And Death shows the much-loved star sobbing in heartbreaking footage.

She is heard saying: “The only person I ever hurt is myself.”

Caroline is also shown laughing and joking and hanging out with her family in home video footage dating back to her childhood in the early 80s.

The documentary also features some of her closest friends, including singer and former X Factor co-host Olly Murs, breaking down in tears.

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She is also shown in happier times, messing about on a beach in the UK

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Viewers are also shown footage of her laughing at a theme park
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The film features emotional contributions from pals including Olly Murs

The 36-year-old sobs: “I just wish I had told her not to do it. I never got the opportunity to do that.”

Another close friend Dermot O’Leary, who also worked with her on The X Factor, says: “Those demons can start to play with you.”

The film, which was made with the co-operation of her family, also features her mum Christine.

She tells film-makers: “She was my little girl. It doesn’t actually seem real.”

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Friends and family pay tribute to her alongside home video footage

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Dermot O’Leary is among the stars paying tribute in the moving doc
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Caroline’s mum Christine says: ‘It doesn’t actually seem real’
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