A documentary on the life of tragic TV presenter Caroline Flack is coming to Channel 4.
Exploring the public and personal life of the Love Island star, it will examine the pressures on her life and speak to those closest to her.
Caroline took her own life in February at the age of 40 a day after learning the Crown Prosecution Service would be proceeding with her trial for allegedly assaulting boyfriend Lewis Burton.
At the inquest in her death, coroner Mary Hassell ruled that Caroline had intended to cause her own death.
No date has been set for the documentary but respected director Charlie Russell has been put in charge of creating it.
The ball is already rolling and execs say it will be a very personal tribute.
Channel 4 Commissioning Editor Becky Cadman confirmed: “This film is about and for Caroline.
“A sister, daughter, friend and one of the most successful TV presenters in the country. She openly and honestly shared her struggles with fame and how it impacted her mental health.
“A rollercoaster life told through the memories of the people who knew her best, Caroline’s family and friends, we hope this will be a fitting tribute to her.”
Channel 4 Commissioning Editor Lee McMurray said: “Sadly, that film will never be made.
“We hope this project will be a testament to Caroline’s character, work and legacy, and we’re deeply grateful to her family and friends for their involvement.”
Caroline’s mum has already opened up about her helpless battle to get her daughter to see how wonderful her life was.
In a heartbreaking interview with ITV Anglia, Christine Flack said: “We tried to talk to her and say you’ve got this fabulous career and you’ve got a nice home.
“But actually, that doesn’t matter, because that isn’t how they feel. I think when someone is in that place, what we say isn’t being heard.”
Devastated Christine said Caroline wanted to keep her mental health battle under wraps because she was terrified of appearing “vulnerable” to her fans.
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