Caroline Flack’s best friend remembers her following charity trek in her honour (Image: REX, Instagram/molliegroz)

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Caroline Flack 's best friend has penned a touching message as she remembered the late television star after completing a gruelling charity hike in her name.

Mollie Grosberg was among a group of Caroline's pals – that included Olly Murs and trainer Bradley Simmonds – that took part in the Lake District's 24 Peak Challenge over the weekend to raise money in memory of Love Island presenter.

It comes almost a year and a half after the iconic television personality sadly died at her home at the age of 40 years old.

In memory of Caroline, Mollie shared a snap taken at one of the peaks at which the group had written her name in red lipstick.

Caroline's best friend shared a picture taken at one of the peaks where they left a message in her name
(Image: Instagram/molliegroz)

"Here it is. Just for you my darling beautiful girl. Thank you for loving so much @carolineflack none of this will ever be enough," she wrote.

Mollie also clarified that the red mark was not permanent, adding: "we used water based lipstick (Mac Ruby Woo) to write this. It will come off in the rain almost immediately. I do not and would never encourage anyone to deface anything in nature especially in a national park. Also don’t throw banana skins on the floor anywhere because they do not biodegrade."

The post, that featured an image of the words 'Flack Peak' scrawled in red lipstick on a rock, was inundated with touching messages as fans of Caroline Flack expressed their support for the weekend challenge.

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In another post, Mollie also shared several snaps of the group during their trek as well as a snap of them showing off their medals after finishing the tough challenge.

She later added on her Instagram story that it was both an 'emotional' and 'challenging' experience that she endured with a special group of people.

"Did it with a bunch of legends. Friends for life. Emotional, challenging and so special. Thanks everyone," Mollie added in her social media story.

Mollie Grosberg admitted that she might never get over Caroline's tragic death
(Image: Instagram)

Mollie Grosberg joined by several of Caroline's friends who embarked on a charity trek in her name
(Image: INSTAGRAM)

The group had decided to host a charity walk in order to raise money for Samaritans, in hope of helping others that are affected by suicide.

The incredible fundraiser – which saw the team hike for 12 hours per day – has amassed an impressive £24,372 and counting.

Caroline tragically took her own life in February 2020, the day after hearing the Crown Prosecution Service would go ahead with a trial for allegedly attacking her boyfriend Lewis Burton in December 2019.

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While Mollie has admitted that she will 'never get over' her best friend's death, she has also previously credited Samiritains with helping her own mental health.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast last week, Mollie admitted that her mental health did suffer but she has found exercising helpful as well as focusing on things such as raising money for charity.

Donations to Climb For Caroline can be made here.

*If you're struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operate a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email [email protected] or visit their site to find your local branch