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All set for the funeral of Caroline Flack the host of the famous show Love Island

The former Love Island host Caroline Flack‘s funeral is set to take place today she will be laid to rest in a private ceremony by her close friends and family, with no media present. The 40-year-old face of Love Island was found dead at her north London home on February 15. A coroner told she was found on the floor of her home and ruled her cause of death was hanging. A full investigation into the conditions surrounding her tragic death is set to be held in August.

The day before her death, Caroline Flack had found out her trial for an alleged assault against her boyfriend Lewis Burton that was going to proceed in March. It’s unclear whether Caroline’s celebrity friends will be attending her funeral service; although it’s expected Lewis will be there to lay her forever to rest. Lewis and Caroline hadn’t spoken since the night she was arrest in December, as she was banned from contacting him under the terms of her bail.

Caroline Flack and her legal team had begged the judge to lift the ban so the couple could be reunited over Christmas, but their appeal was rejected. On Valentine’s Day, the day before she died, Lewis acknowledged his love for CarolineFlack, He confirmed the couple was very much together following recent claims they had split up. He told her that he loved her very much as he wished her a happy Valentine’s Day.

Caroline Flack’s pals paid touching tributes to her today. Stacey Solomon a friend of Caroline posted on Instagram that Today it doesn’t feel good to be on social media. So from me and the boys, we hope you have a nice day. Keep your loved ones closer to you, give them all of the cuddles and love you have in you and let them know how much you need them in your life. You never know when they really might need to know and when they’ll be gone. Love you all. If you’re struggling please let someone know. Anyone with the thought of today, yesterday, or tomorrow.

Stacey also shared details of various psychological health charities. Amanda Holden posted a picture of herself wearing one of the Caroline Flack T-shirts designed by Keith Lemon. The Metropolitan Police department said there was no need for an investigation into officers’ contact with Caroline before her death. The Independent Office for Police Conduct found there was a ‘causal link’ between their actions and her death. On Monday Caroline’s Love Island successor, Laura Whitmore opened up about her sorrow and admitted she first thought Caroline’s death was fake news and rumors when she saw them circulating on social media.

She found out the news about CarolineFlack death on Saturday she said in a statement that I found out in a way I wish I didn’t, it was something on Twitter that someone had tweeted initially that I overlooked because there’s always so much false stuff, so I kind of ignored it, in an emotional episode of Kate Thornton’s White Wine Question Time podcast she explained.

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