Caroline Flack’s family have released unseen photos of her as a teenager ahead of the release about a new documentary about her life and death.
The snaps show a smiling Caroline when she was younger ahead of the release of Channel 4 programme Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death, which her mum Christine is taking part in to pay tribute to her daughter.
The late Love Island presenter took her own life in February 2020. She was just 40 years old.
In one photo, Caroline is a schoolgirl and beams for the camera as she poses for a school photo in the nineties.
She has a short bob with a middle parting and spots a black cardigan and a white polo shirt, as well as what appears to be a coat of lipstick.
Another image shows her with a huge grin on her face from the same period.
Caroline sports a white crop top and jogging bottoms as she wears her hair in buns.
A third snap shows Caroline and her twin sister Jody standing in a muddy field together in Norfolk, where the pair grew up.
The twins look very young and wear matching blue coats as they pose for the camera together.
Another shows them in the same field as Jody smiles and crosses her arms, while Caroline looks more seriously at the camera.
The final image is one of Caroline and Jodie and their mum cuddled up close as they enjoy a walk through the woods on a hot summer’s day.
They wear matching striped tops and blue skirts with white socks.
Dressed in a white sundress, proud mum Christine wraps her arms around them.
Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death looks at Caroline’s life from her childhood through to her glamorous career as a TV presenter on Love Island, and finally through to her tragic death.
It also includes interviews with her mum Christine and her closest friends, including fellow celebs like Olly Murs and Dermot O’Leary.
A trailer for the Channel 4 programme was released last week and included a clip of Christine talking about Caroline.
She says in the video: “She was my little girl, it doesn’t actually seem real.”
The trailer also showed videos from her childhood, early career, clips of her and friends and footage of when she got very famous.
*Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death airs on Channel 4 soon
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