Caroline Flack's ex fiancé Andrew Brady has told fans he still feels guilty after the Love Island host tragically took her life last month.
The former Apprentice contestant took to Instagram to pen a long message to his followers just hours after Caroline's funeral took place.
Andrew, who now lives in Sydney Australia wrote: "Caroline sadly died almost a month ago.
"She's finally been laid to rest and I still haven't come to terms with things.
"It's been the single most devastating piece of news I have ever heard and it shook me to the absolute core.
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"I feel so much sorrow and pain and of course I still feel guilt."
Andrew added: "Our relationship wasn't easy and we had our troubles.
"I didn't always want good for her but I didn't want this. She didn't deserve this.
"I know some of you dislike me and that's okay.
"You read about our relationship an you judged. Go ahead make those judgements because you know nothing.
"I'm not writing this to emend any gossip you think you know."
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Showing the late star with praise and love, Andrew, who famously took part in Celebrity Big Brother, said: "I want this to be known.
"Regardless of how our relationship went I want it to be known how much of amazing person Caroline Flack was.
Caroline has so many amazing qualities. She was sexy, she was passionate, she was flirty, she was talented, she was generous, she had a presence that you could feel her in a room, she ha an incredible smile, she was the life and soul of the party and always threw a good one too.
"She loved karaoke and would hog the microphone as she was a performer. But most of all she was a wonderful Aunty.
"She loved all her family and she just wants to make them proud."
Caroline Flack tragically passed away on February 15 after taking her own life at her East London home.
Her friends and family held an intimate funeral on Tuesday, March 10.
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