‘She is with me every single day’: Caroline Flack’s best friend Mollie Grosberg admits she will ‘never get over’ the late Love Island host’s tragic suicide aged 40  


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Caroline Flack’s best friend Molly Grosberg has admitted she will ‘never end’ over the tragic suicide of the late Love Island host at the age of 40.

Mollie, who is a TV producer, appeared on Thursday’s episode of BBC Breakfast, where she discussed an upcoming trek to honor Caroline and raise money for the Samaritans this weekend.

After Caroline took her own life last year at age 40, the group will undertake a 12-hour trek each day to tackle the iconic mountains in the Lake District.

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SAD: Caroline Flack’s best friend Molly Grosberg, pictured together, has admitted she will ‘never get over’ the late Love Island host’s tragic suicide at age 40

Carolyn was found dead at her home on 15 February 2020, a day after the Crown Prosecution Service heard her trial for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend Louise Burton in December 2019.

Discussing the upcoming trek and the grief of losing her best friend, Mollie said of Caroline: ‘She is with me every day, I think everyone who was close to her probably thought about her everyday. I think.’

The TV producer admitted that she will “never recover” from Caroline’s death and that her own mental health has suffered as a result.

Mollie said: ‘I think it’s hard for anyone who loses someone, but obviously committing suicide is a tough job. For me, personally, my mental health has definitely taken a toll.

Moving: Molly, pictured, appeared on Thursday's episode of BBC Breakfast, where she discussed an upcoming trek to honor Caroline and raise money for the Samaritans this weekend.

Moving: Molly, pictured, appeared on Thursday’s episode of BBC Breakfast, where she discussed an upcoming trek to honor Caroline and raise money for the Samaritans this weekend.

IMPORTANT: After Caroline tragically took her own life last year at age 40, the group will make a 12-hour trek each day to tackle the iconic mountains in the Lake District.

IMPORTANT: After Caroline tragically took her own life last year at age 40, the group will make a 12-hour trek each day to tackle the iconic mountains in the Lake District.

‘But the Samaritans are a wonderful charity, they not only help people who are contemplating suicide, but they help friends and families who have loved ones who are contemplating suicide.

‘It’s been a challenge for me and I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to achieve something like this, whether it’s someone you know a little bit or someone who is a best friend or family member, someone like this To lose the way is really difficult thing.’

Mollie said working out has helped her and it’s ‘really important’ to plan the trek to honor Caroline and raise money for the Samaritans.

She continued: ‘I have to say what I’ve found is a really great way to set your mind right, so doing something like this, waiting to climb, raise money and have goals is a really important one for me. thing is.’

Heartbreaking: Discussing the upcoming trek and the grief of losing her best friend, Mollie said of Caroline: 'She's with me every single day, I feel like everyone who was close to her' Probably thinks about him everyday.  (Caroline pictured in November 2019)

Heartbreaking: Discussing the upcoming trek and the grief of losing her best friend, Mollie said of Caroline: ‘She’s with me every single day, I feel like everyone who was close to her’ Probably thinks about him everyday. (Caroline pictured in November 2019)

Mollie is asked if she will take any mementos on the trek, to which the TV producer says she doesn’t need any as Caroline is with her ‘every single day’.

She said: ‘I didn’t think about doing that at all, because she is with me every day, I think everyone who was close to her probably thinks about her everyday.

‘What we are doing is very important, she cared for Dan a lot, she was very sympathetic and loving. I think just by taking him in my mind, I have souvenirs for him like a necklace and a tattoo for him. That will be enough.’

Molly said: ‘I think the backpack, the shoes, the clothes, the tension, all that is enough.’

Discussing the upcoming trek, the TV producer said that she was looking forward to recounting her ‘beautiful memories’ of Caroline with the group.

Sweet: While discussing the upcoming trek, the TV producer said that she was looking forward to recounting her 'beautiful memories' of Caroline with the group.

Sweet: While discussing the upcoming trek, the TV producer said that she was looking forward to recounting her ‘beautiful memories’ of Caroline with the group.

Molly said: ‘I only have very beautiful memories of me and her, and …

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