Caroline Flack's ex boyfriend Andrew Brady has penned an open letter to mark the one year anniversary of her death.
The Love Island host tragically took her own life on February 15, 2020.
At the time Andrew was living in Australia after starting a new life Down Under at the end of 2018.
In the emotional letter, Andrew told fans he loved Caroline "more than anyone" before adding he thinks about her every day.
The Apprentice star has also set up a crowd funding page in her honour and made a public playlist of their favourite music together.
Andrew wrote: "TOMORROW is the 1-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.
"Like every couple, we had our problems… we both made some huge mistakes and we both hurt each other deeply."
He praised the TV host for her kind nature and beauty.
Andrew continued: "Caroline had a beautiful soul, a perfect smile, a contagious laugh, an interesting story and she had an incredibly complex mind.
"She had such a unique energy and presence, like nothing I have felt.
"She was so talented, she was so intelligent, she was so friendly and she was so beautiful.
"But her heart, that was trapped in barbed wire from all the negativity and judgement she sustained for so long.
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"The times I managed to open that heart and see what was inside it was like nothing I have ever felt."
Andrew and Caroline embarked on a whirlwind romance after he appeared on Celebrity Big Brother at the start of 2018.
By April they were engaged but constantly surrounded by reports their romance was on the rocks.
Andrew, who now has retuned to the UK, continued: "Caroline and I felt true and painful love for each other that only exists in movies.
"When it was rough, it was bad but when it was good, it was the most beautiful thing I have witnessed and it filled my heart with nothing but happiness and love.
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"I will always be grateful to you Caroline for showing me that feeling and that’ll never be forgotten.
"Lying in bed with you and Ruby is still my happy place and I fear it always will be."
Alongside a link to a public Spotify playlist he has made with an image of himself with Caroline snuggled up in each other, the businessman wrote: "Caroline loved music, she hogged the mic and tore it up every time. It became known as CarrieOKE.
"You decide how your party goes but please listen to a few songs at the top and share the love we once felt for each other. It was magical – Mrs. By Leon Bridges – was our song.
If you shut your eyes and just listen you might just understand how I felt and how I still feel about her.
"She was so hurt and she didn’t deserve any of this. She really was that one in a billion who I will continue to love and miss until my last day on this weird little waking planet we live on. I have faith in you all. Be the change."
- Caroline Flack
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