Love Island's Clarisse heartbroken after her grandfather dies at 95

LOVE Island's Clarisse Juliette paid tribute to her grandfather who passed away this week, aged 95.

Clarisse took to her Instagram stories to share a photo of her grandpa, whom she described as an "angel".

The reality star posted the photo of her grandad sitting at a cafe table in a denim jacket and black beanie.

"Heaven gained another angel this morning," Clarisse captioned the post, and added, "RIP grandad."

"Being 95 years old never looked so good on anyone else… here's to 95 years of your beautiful life."

Clarisse has been busy at events since leaving the Love Island villa, including the series seven final party with her co-stars.

Her time in the villa was short lived after she entered via Casa Amor.

Clarisse was embroiled in one of the most talked about moments of the entire series, after Faye dumped Teddy when she saw a video of him admitting to finding Clarisse attractive in Casa Amor.

Her subsequent outburst triggering over 25,000 Ofcom complaints – the most in the show's history.

The boys voted for her to leave the villa after she decided not to pursue anyone else once Tyler Cruickshank decided to get back together with Kaz Kamwi.

Most likely to leave is Clarisse, who was so angry after Tyler said he wasn't to reconnect with Kaz Kamwi that it looked like she was about to walk out.

When he insisted she should "crack on" with someone else in the villa she snapped that there was nobody else she liked telling him: "I can crack on at home."

Clarisse's loss comes after Mary Bedford revealed her grandmother passed away while she was in the villa.

The reality star shared a sweet picture with her gran and revealed she flew back home to attend the funeral after leaving the show.

"Our angel on earth is now our angel in heaven," Mary wrote on Instagram.

"Coming off the show has been bitter sweet for me as I flew home to go to the funeral of my beautiful grandma who passed away whilst I was in the villa.

"I’ve been taking the time since the show to mourn, reflect, and be back with my loved ones before returning to my social media.

"I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of the support I have received at this difficult time, I truly appreciate everything."

Mary and Aaron Simpson were dumped from the island just days before the final.

Despite their exit, the pair were happy as they left and keen to carry on their romance outside the villa.

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