LOVE Island star Jess Hayes has revealed her heartache after the death of her pet cat.
The reality star, who found fame in season one of the ITV show, shared an emotional tribute on Instagram last night announcing the loss of the family pet.
Alongside a collection of clips of her cat, Jess, 30, wrote: "Devastated. Nothing beats the love a girl has for her first cat.
You were there through everything. The most loving, beautiful girl.
I will miss you forever my princess girl."
She faced further devastation when she tried to break the news to her four-year-old son Presley.
"I haven't had the heart to tell him yet," Jess wrote. "I mentioned heaven earlier that she might have to go and his little heart broke and he cried and then it broke my heart even more. So hard when they love them so much.
"I don't think I've ever cried so much so much ever. She was a special one."
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Her followers were quick to share messages of support and give their condolences.
One wrote: "So sorry…I lost my first cat last year so I know how you are feeling. Sending big hugs x."
A second posted: "God bless you. So sorry for your loss. Your baby will always be watching over you and you will see her again someday."
A third said: "So so sorry darling, such a precious baby, you gave her everything xxxx."
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Jess has had much to contend with this year.
In April she bravely revealed she'd suffered a second miscarriage, two years after losing son Teddy at 19 weeks.
She explained: "When you're experiencing loss you have to pretend you are OK, wipe your tears and carry on because you have a little one. You cook dinner, you read the stories. You do the school run. Nothing stops.
"It was a traumatic day when it happened, which I wasn't really expecting at all. I tried to keep busy and go about my day went out, which was a big mistake.
"Rushed home panicked after last time (previous haemorrhage) convinced myself it might be happening again, so I was just happy to get out the other side."
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