CAROLINE Flack's friend has shared an unseen video to show the tragic star's kindness after rushing to support Mollie Grosberg in her time of need.
The short clip shows Caroline and Mollie eating together just moments after Caroline stepped off a flight in the UK.
Caroline cheekily asks her pal: "First of all, how good a friend am I?"
And Mollie replies: "Thank you for coming to visit me when I'm sad."
Caroline added: "When I've just landed…", with Mollie agreeing: "Yes, three seconds ago."
They then went on to talk about a giant spicy brussel sprout as they enjoyed catching up with each other after time apart.
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Their warm friendship could be felt as Mollie added that Caroline was the "bestest" friend two weeks on from her tragic death.
Caroline was found dead after taking her own life at her London home on February 15.
Mollie had gone rock-climbing with Caroline just days before she died and they even spent Valentine's Day together.
She kept her company amid the looming court care Caroline faced after being accused of assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton.
The 40-year-old Love Island presenter found out they were going ahead with the trial the day before she died.
Caroline strongly denied the charge and her management team slammed the CPS for pursuing the case despite Lewis saying he didn't support the prosecution.
The case against her was formally shelved ten days after her passing.
Caroline left behind her beloved dog Rub – who was taken in by close pal Mollie.
This week the TV producer shared an image of the French Bulldog – that Caroline once shared with ex-fiance Andrew Brady – cuddled up on the couch.
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