Stacey Solomon donned a Caroline Flack "be kind" t-shirt to bed and urged fans to buy the top in order to support the Samaritans following the death of the much-loved presenter.
The Loose Women host and former X Factor star, 30, wore the top which was designed by Celebrity Juice frontman, Keith Lemon.
Caroline tragically took her own life aged 40 at her North London home three weeks before she was due to stand trial for common assault.
The former Love Island presenter had pleaded not guilty when she appeared before magistrates in December after she became embroiled in a feud with boyfriend Lewis Burton .
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Stacey filmed herself waking up in the t-shirt while cradling her son, Rex, in bed.
The adorable video clip saw fans inundate the star asking where the t-shirt was from and whether it was a picture of Caroline.
Stacey said: "Loads of you asking me about my t-shirt, it is Caroline."
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Keith Lemon has also been promoting the top on his Twitter page which boasts three million followers.
The Celeb Juice presenter was a close pal of Caroline and had worked together over the years and posted a heartbreaking tribute to Flack in the wake of her death.
His design will set people back £25, with all profits being donated to Samaritans.
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The comedian penned: "Nice to see people wearing their tee's in honour of Caroline raising money for @samaritans available from http://kilclothes.com in sizes Xs to 5xl £25 all profits go to Samaritans."
"Be Kind" has recently become associated with the late star after she posted a message asking fans to act with kindness.
In an unseen statement, released by her mother – Caroline insisted she wasn't a domestic abuser.
She went on to say her walls collapsed 24 hours after the row which broke out at her home with Lewis.
For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected], visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.
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