Caroline Flack told she might have bipolar weeks before she died, reveals mum

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Caroline Flack’s mum Christine has opened up about her daughter’s fragile psychological well being within the weeks earlier than her demise. The Love Island host tragically took her personal life on the age of 40 in February 2020

Caroline Flack’s mum Christine has revealed her daughter was advised she may need bipolar dysfunction weeks earlier than her demise.

Talking out concerning the late Love Island host’s tragic last days, Christine advised how Caroline was dropped by a youngsters’s most cancers charity simply 24 hours earlier than she took her personal life as her psychological well being hit all-time low.

Christine added that Caroline, who was 40 when she died, had tried to cowl her struggles as she was ‘ashamed’ of displaying her ‘darkish aspect.’

The mum stated that by sharing Caroline’s battle she would possibly encourage others to hunt the assistance they want.

“Carrie suffered for a protracted whereas, however by no means confirmed it as a result of her outgoing character coated all the pieces. Primarily she was glad, and humorous, and good. She simply had these terrific down instances – and never many individuals noticed these down instances.



Caroline Flack’s mum Christine has opened up about her daughter’s last weeks and her ‘disgrace’ over her psychological well being struggles
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The final photograph of Caroline pictured earlier than she died in February 2020
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“That was the factor; she hid it. The final physician she noticed thought she might have had bipolar. And that’s what I all the time thought. It was simply fixed highs, unexpectedly, then the lows,” Christine stated in an interview with The Solar.

“Often one thing would occur, however it will all the time ultimately move. I’ve slept so many instances in her mattress till the factor that was upsetting her handed. However she did not even have her personal physician,” defined Christine.

Christine, who’s loving mum to Lizzie, 51, Paul, 50 and Caroline’s twin Jodie, 41, stated her TV presenter daughter wished to be seen as a ‘glad go fortunate lady’ and was frightened of anybody seeing her down.

In keeping with Christine, Caroline most feared put down was the phrase: “You are psychological.”

The mum has spoken out because it’s revealed Caroline might be honoured at an NHS Awards on September 14, held to make clear the stigma encompass psychological well being points within the UK.



Caroline’s mum Christine stated she hated the phrase ‘you are psychological’ and wished to be seen as a ‘happy-go-lucky’ lady
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Caroline took her personal life on February 15 2020 simply after studying a courtroom case, during which she was alleged to have attacked boyfriend Lewis Burton in a drunk row, was nonetheless going forward.

Elsewhere in her chat with The Solar, Christine shared her upset with ITV2 bosses for axing Caroline from her much-loved Love Island position earlier than a courtroom case had even begun.

Caroline was changed by her good friend Laura Whitmore on the 2020 winter collection.



Caroline’s pal Laura Whitmore took over internet hosting the present
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Christine stated she hasn’t watched an episode of Love Island since Caroline’s demise
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Whitmore was additionally introduced again to host the newest collection of the present, received by Millie Courtroom and Liam Reardon.

Christine stated she has not been in a position to watch a single episode of Love Island since Caroline’s demise.

Earlier than her demise, Caroline had touched on her psychological well being struggles publicly and urged her on-line followers to ‘be sort’ in a poignant Instagram put up.

T-shirts printed with the message had been bought and the cash raised handed to psychological well being charities after Caroline tragically took her personal life final yr.

*For those who’re struggling and wish to speak, the Samaritans function a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you’ll be able to e mail jo@samaritans.org or go to their web site to seek out your native department

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