Love Island's Laura Anderson got a Caroline Flack inking following the troubled star's death.
Flack took her own life at aged 40 in her north London flat just weeks before she was due to stand trial for common assault.
The former Love Island host had made a big impact on Laura when their paths crossed as the air hostess starred as a contestant in the 2017 series.
Her tragic death has inspired many acts of kindness as people and reality stars alike have urged for others to be kinder to one another.
"Be kind" has become a phrase synonymous with Caroline because the television host had shared a post on social media asking for people to perform acts of kindness.
Love Island 2017 finalist Laura got an inking to commemorate Caroline and as a reminder for the "rest of the human race" to be kind.
Accompanied with the message, the islander added a slider of two pictures exhibiting her new inking etched into her wrist.
The word "be kind" was scrawled across the inside of her wrist and a colourful butterfly was drawn next to the phrase.
Laura wrote: "It’s not until now this has become ‘fashionable’. All I’ve ever wanted is to be kind.
"This is for you Caroline and the rest of the human race.. #bekind ."
It's been a fortnight since the tragic death of Caroline.
Love Island's finale aired a moving tribute to the star which left fans across the nation in tears including Caroline's BFF Mollie.
The montage included clips of the former Love Island host's sassy walks into the villa and her memorable conversations with the islanders.
Caroline spent her final days with her closest friends.
Many of her celebrity friends have come forward to share their final messages with her.
Dawn O'Porter has lashed out saying her A-list pals have betrayed her by sharing her private messages for prying eyes to read.
But her ex Danny Cipriani has promised to lift the lid on her final voicenote to him for the world to hear after it left him in tears because he missed her last ever call to him.
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