Dr Alex George has spoken out following the tragic death of his brother Llyr following a mental health and fitness battle, reassuring admirers that he is “still going”.
The former Love Island star declared the devastating news final 7 days, declaring his relatives was struggling with the “hardest” and “darkest” occasions following his small brother passed away.
Alex, 30, has now taken to his Instagram story to thank admirers for assistance amid the challenging time.
“So quite a few of you are examining in on me so I want to say thank you and enable you know I am continue to going,” he wrote.
“In time I will be ok,” he additional.
It comes following Alex vowed to stay strong amid the tragedy, following being flooded with condolences.
In a heartbreaking message, he wrote above a black history: “These are the toughest occasions I could at any time have imagined.
“The kindness and appreciate our relatives has gained has been amazing and I am so grateful.”
Alex then vowed to come across the energy to preserve going as he additional: “In the darkest occasions we will have to select ourselves up, come across energy and be there for our relatives and friends. That is particularly what I will do.”
The fact star has been flooded with messages of assistance and condolences following announcing the death of his brother Llŷr on Instagram final 7 days.
Dr Alex, who was also contacted by Ruth Langsford, exposed his brother experienced passed away in a heartbreaking Instagram submit on Friday.
He shared a picture of himself dressed in his hospital scrubs while sat with his arm all-around his brother.
Alex then wrote in the caption: “I just can’t imagine I am really composing this submit. I have dropped my attractive small brother to mental health and fitness.
“I appreciate you so a great deal Llŷr. The kindest and most caring soul. I was so proud of you starting healthcare college subsequent month, you would have been the most amazing doctor.
“We are hurting so lousy. No phrases can describe. As a relatives we are devastated. We appreciate you and overlook you so a great deal. Make sure you relaxation in peace x Our boy.”
It is believed Llŷr was 19 yrs outdated at the time of his tragic death.
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