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'Love Island' Star Sophie Gradon's Boyfriend Found Dead

Credit Instagram  aarona619 'Love Island' Star Sophie Gradon's Boyfriend Found Dead
Adrian Cunningham | 11 July, 2018, 11:13

Aaron Armstrong, the boyfriend of former "Love Island" star Sophie Gradon who died last month, passed away on July 10.

The body of Aaron Armstrong, 25, was discovered in Blyth in Northumberland this afternoon.

He was found at his home in Blyth, Northumbria, early on Tuesday morning.

According to police, there was no third-party involvement in the death, and a report is being prepared for the coroner.

"She had suffered from depression and anxiety and there was talk of financial issues which obviously adds to the worry she was enduring".

Sophie's funeral was held at St George's Church in Jesmond, Newcastle and was a private affair for just family and close friends.

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"I$3 miss you so much man Sophie not a minute goes by with out your gorgeous smile being a picture in my mind everyday we spent together was so awesome I need them days back".

Following her passing, Armstrong had expressed tremendous grief on social media.

"Please keep in mind to be a little bit kinder every day to every person in your life". He also wrote, "I will see you very soon my angel".

Armstrong confirmed her death in a Facebook post and said he was "absolutely devastated".

He continued, "My handsome angel, I'm absolutely heartbroken".

"The loving boyfriend also shared a picture of his late other half and wrote, "[Today] is the day I say my [goodbye] to my queen this is the hardest day of my life". I can't stop crying and I can feel your spirit in my soul. If you are contemplating suicide or having suicidal thoughts, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14, or the Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467.