Love Island Sophie Gradon death: ITV2 confirms tribute will air on show

  • Love Island Sophie Gradon death: ITV2 confirms tribute will air on show

Love Island Sophie Gradon death: ITV2 confirms tribute will air on show

Love Island star Sophie Gradon has died at the age of 32, it has been confirmed.

Gradon's boyfriend Aaron Armstrong announced the news on his Facebook page today saying: "I will never forget that smile I love you so so much baby your my world forever ever and always". "A report will now be prepared for the coroner", the statement read.

Prior to her arrival in the villa, Sophie had been in a relationship with rugby star Danny Cipriani until their split in 2013. "Such a handsome soul. such a lovely smile.thoughts and love with friends and family". You were such an intricate, creative, intelligent soul.

While he did not write his own post, her other villa love interest Thomas Powell retweeted a message from Holly Hagan reading: 'If you're struggling right now PEOPLE CARE ABOUT YOU!

She continued: "A young woman who hasn't harmed anyone but a woman who has faced a torrent of judgemental and close minded opinions since leaving Love Island".

Sophie was crowned Miss Great Britain in 2009 and was also a former Miss Newcastle.

Olivia Buckland, who also appeared on the same series, wrote: "Awful very bad news this morning".

Bowen, who appeared on Love Island in 2016, wrote: "We had lots of little chats and so many laughs. you were the the shoulder to cry on and a attractive person with a handsome soul".

"I just didn't expect this - I spoke to her a few weeks ago and she seemed as happy as Larry, she seemed the happiest I'd seen her in a while if I'm being totally honest with you". I can not work out what to say.

"I'm heartbroken for you Soph to have felt this pain. Rest in peace attractive".

Nathan Henry tweeted: "Rest in peace you attractive little angel, the heavens are blessed with a lovely smile. Shine bright in that sky Sophie gradon".