LOVE Island's Amber Gill has announced she is donating all profits from her Miss Pap range to a mental health charity in the wake of Caroline Flack's death.
The reality star, 22, announced the gesture, that will see Mind receive money to help vulnerable people, on Instagram.
She told fans: "I will be donating all of profits on selected lines to Mind charity which is very close to my heart at the minute, please shop it.
"Shop now, until the first of the third."
The donations will be made on selected lines until March 1 and Amber urged her fans to snap up Must Haves edit.
Caroline, 40, died after being found hanged at her London home.
An inquest into her death at Poplar Coroner's Court heard police attended after being flagged down near the property and gave CPR at the scene in a desperate bid to save her.
Members of Caroline's family were not present in court for the five-minute hearing, which was adjourned until a full inquest hearing in August.
Amber's gesture follows her co-star Molly-Mae announcing yesterday she is donating all profits from her PrettyLittleThing range to Mind.
She also revealed that she and the fashion brand cancelled a launch dinner out of respect to Caroline and her family.
Molly-Mae wrote: "Myself and the @prettylittlething team cancelled our launch dinner last night out of respect to Caroline and her family at this difficult time.
"We have decided to donate 100% of the profits of our latest edit together to @Mindcharity. Launching today, the donations will help Mind provide advice and support to anyone experiencing mental health problems. PrettyLittleThing and I will continue to support this matter which is close to our hearts.
"Please from the bottom of my heart remember, Always Be Kind."
The generous move was praised by friends and fans alike, with Zara McDermott commenting Caroline would have been touched by it.
In a video uploaded to her Instagram story, Molly explained why she'd been absent from the platform for a couple of days and explained the decision to cancel her launch dinner.
After learning of Caroline's tragic death, Molly shared a picture of the pair together and wrote: "I’m utterly shocked and heartbroken. Caroline you were such a special woman. Your huge smile will stay with me forever... Rest in peace."
Pals say Caroline took her own life because she had been tormented as she faced an assault trial after allegedly attacking boyfriend Lewis Burton, 27, at her then home in December last year.
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The Love Island star had learned the Crown Prosecution Service was set to press ahead with her trial the day before her death.
Caroline strongly denied the charge and her management team has slammed the CPS for pursuing the case despite Lewis saying he didn't support the prosecution.
She and Lewis had pleaded with authorities for it to be dropped given her vulnerable mental state.
A court heard last year that Caroline was accused of hitting Lewis, 27, around the head with a lamp before flipping over a table after officers arrived.
Magistrates were also told how police bodycam footage had captured Caroline in the moments after the incident.
YOU'RE NOT ALONE
EVERY 90 minutes in the UK a life is lost to suicide.
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It's the biggest killer of people under the age of 35, more deadly than cancer and car crashes.
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