Dr Alex George has posted a cute birthday tribute to younger brother Elliot as they headed to a wakeboarding park.

The former Love Island star, 30, shared an image of him and his brother in wetsuits as they headed out for some watersport activities.

The A&E doctor, who has been on the frontline of the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic, posted the adorable snap on Saturday, which showed him donning a red life vest.

Alex also shared a video clip alongside the image of the pair at Pemrokeshire Wake Park in Wales.

The footage saw Elliot sweep through the water along a ramp before Alex's go saw him eventually falling into the lake.

Dr Alex George has been celebrating the birthday of his younger brother Elliot

Captioning the image and clip, Alex penned: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my not so little brother @elliott_george_

"Proud of you mate [raise hands emoji] You can see by this video which one of us took the sporting talent.. "

On his Instagram Story, Alex also posted a clip where he said: "Here at Pembrokeshire wakeboarding park. Elliot is on the zip line. I will be up next which will be hell."

Alex posted footage of him and Elliot at a wakeboarding park
Let's just say Elliot was a bit better at watersports than Alex!

Showing more footage of a crash into the water, Alex added: "I was hell. Better crash in the vid."

The post comes following the tragic death of Alex's younger brother Llŷr in July at the age of 19 after his battle with mental illness.

Appearing on Lorraine on Monday, Alex said of the tragic news: "I had a phone call from my dad and I could tell from the call. I said: 'What has happened? Who has passed away?'

"You could tell something bad had happened. When he said it was Llŷr the world kind of ended in that sense."

The Love Island star has been mourning the death of his brother, Llŷr
Alex shared his guilt, and said he will never get over his loss

After speaking about the issue on Lorraine, Alex wrote on Instagram: "Today was so so hard and not something I ever thought I would have to face.

"I miss Llŷr so much ❤️ I want to say how grateful I am for all of your support and kindness throughout this time and a huge thank you to @lorraine and the team for being so supportive.

"Now it’s time we make real change in how we approach mental health.

"I want to see a ‘mental health toolkit’ created for schools and universities.

"My goal is that teaching on mental wellbeing, self care and what to do when you are struggling, is taught from the very beginning.

"I need your help and support to make this a reality. It won’t be easy but we can do it together [fist punch amoji] Who’s with me?"

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