Caroline Flack booked pamper day for beloved dog Ruby days before tragic death

ITV star Caroline Flack booked a pampering day for her precious pooch Ruby days before she took her own life.

The Country Dog Hotel (CDH) uploaded a heartfelt post on its Instagram page, which revealed the former Love Island presenter planned to spend the day at the centre on Sunday.

It wrote: “We can’t believe you are gone. We only spoke and messaged this week. As I write this you were supposed to be here with Ruby and us today.

“Your care and concern for Ruby was always forefront in your mind despite going through the worst time of your life and being so fragile.”

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The post continued: “Your messages and calls were full of love and gratitude. Words can’t describe how devastated we are feeling.

“Caroline we will always be here for Ruby and continue to look after her, always. She is such a special dog.

“Just as we talked about…Ruby is different from other pups and is also so so special. We have shared your favourite picture of her.”

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The CDH team revealed Caroline sent them a picture of Ruby before she took her own life.

Former Love Island presenter Caroline, 40, was found dead in her London flat on Saturday.

Her family yesterday confirmed her death.

In a statement, the family said: “We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today on the 15 th February.”

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Caroline’s death came hours after the star had been told that the Crown Prosecution Service was pressing ahead with a case of against the TV favourite.

Caroline stepped down from presenting the current Love Island show after she was alleged to have assaulted Lewis Burton 27, at her then flat in Islington, north London, in December.

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