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Lucy Watson has been left heartbroken as she revealed her dog Digby passed away over the weekend.
The 29-year-old took to social media on Tuesday to pay tribute to her beloved pet.
The passing of Digby comes just three weeks after her engagement to former Made in Chelsea co-star James Dunmore.
The duo have been together for five years and he popped the question during a romantic boat trip in Greece earlier this month.
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The former E4 star announced the sad news as she shared a range of snaps of Digby, who she called her 'best friend', as well as a touching video.
After being in the family for almost seven years, the reality star admitted: “I knew this day would come, I used to tear up just thinking about it.”
The stunning brunette wrote: “3 weeks ago today was one of the happiest days of my life. 3 days ago was the worst. I lost my best friend.
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“I still can’t believe this has happened and I honestly can’t fathom life without you, Digby.
“Life will bring you so high and then it will drop to a low you never thought possible.
“I wish more than anything that we could have had more time together… But I am so beyond grateful for the time we did get to share and I know I loved you as much as physically possible every single day.
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“Thank you for everything you taught me, it was the biggest honour to be loved by you (I know you were picky). Forever in our hearts never to be forgotten.”
The TV personality also took to Instagram to express her gratitude to her followers during this difficult time.
She wrote: “Thank you to everyone who has messaged me.
“It breaks my heart to hear how many of you have experienced a similar situation and I'm sorry to all of those that have gone or are going through this unbearable pain.”
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