The new documentary is set for release soon.
Caroline Flack’s family have released some never before seen pictures of the star from when she was growing up ahead of the new upcoming Channel 4 documentary about her life.
It’s been over one year since Caroline sadly passed away. The talented TV presenter, loved by so many, died by suicide on February 15 2020.
A new Channel 4 documentary about her life is set to be released soon, with the approval of her family. Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death, is a one-off special which will look at the star’s life growing up, her career and the struggles she faced in and out of the limelight.
Caroline’s family have released a selection of photos ahead of the show, which depict a young Caroline and her twin sister Jody growing up in Norfolk.
The documentary will feature interviews with Jody, her mother, and other family members, as well as never before seen home videos of Caroline from when she was a kid.
Channel 4 sat down with Caroline’s family, as well as her former X Factor co-stars, Dermot O’Leary and Olly Murs. Olly breaks down in the trailer for the film, saying: “I just wish I had told her not to do it. I never got the opportunity to do that.”
Mum Christine tells filmmakers: “She was my little girl. It doesn’t actually seem real.”
Earlier this month, stars remembered Caroline, posting tributes to her on social media on the one year anniversary of her death.
Former boyfriend Lewis Burton posted a picture of the pair, with the caption: ‘”1 year… I will never forget you.”
The TV presenter’s former fiancé Andrew Brady also wrote a piece to his ex saying: “Tomorrow is the one-year anniversary of Caroline’s death, the person I loved more than anyone I ever thought possible.”
“Not a day goes by that I don’t think of her, I have some truly incredible memories of her etched on to my mind for eternity.”
Irish TV presenter Laura Whitmore also took to Instagram to remember the star on her anniversary, with lyrics of a song which read: “You’ve got to laugh a little, cry a little, until the clouds roll by a little.”
A release date for Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death is yet to be confirmed.