Caroline Flack's Biography
Who is Caroline Flack?Caroline Flack and her twin sister Jody grew up in Great Hockham near Norwich.
At 16 she gained a place at a Cambridge stage school.
Caroline Flack regards Leigh Francis as her mentor. She told The Independent:
"I had a part as Bubbles in Bo' Selecta! and I always wanted to work with a script but he taught me how to work without one. He also taught me how to be myself and relax more in front of the camera."
Caroline Flack has amassed a variety of presenting credits on TV including Live at Indig02; TMi; The Pepsi Chart Show; The Games and a stint on Big Brother's Big Mouth for E4; and Fame Academy for CBBC.
In 2008 she was chosen to take over from Kirsty Gallacher as co-host of Sky1's Gladiators.
Caroline Flack revealed to The Mail that she had a job at a pork factory before being on TV.
In 2009, Caroline Flack became a co-presenter of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now!
In 2009 there was much speculation about a relationship with Prince Harry, but according to the News of the World:
"Caroline insists she and Harry are just mates after being introduced by mutual friends at a poker tournament in April.
"He'd just split up with Chelsy and I'd just come out of a three-year relationship with my ex, Dave [Danger, former drummer with band The Holloways]," she explains."
Caroline Flack became a co-host of The Xtra Factor.
In 2014, together with Pasha Kovalev she won Strictly Come Dancing.
In April 2018, she got engaged to Andrew Brady. However, they broke up a few months later.
In 2015, Caroline Flack became host of ITV's Love Island, and in February 2016, she was confirmed as the presenter of the second series of the show.
The following year, ITV announced that once again Caroline Flack would host Love Island as well as a weekly live studio show in the UK.
In December 2019, Caroline Flack was charged with assault by beating following an incident at her north London home, which she shares with her partner Lewis Burton.
Soon afterwards, she announced that she was stepping down from presenting Love Island.
Caroline Flack died in February 2020, aged 40. According to the family's lawyer she had taken her own life.
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