Vicky Pattison pays touching tribute following tragic death of close pal and work colleague

"I'm lost and devastated without you"

Vicky Pattison paid an emotional tribute to her tour manager, Rob Charlie Cook, who tragically passed away.

The I’m A Celebrity winner took to Instagram to share the devastating news, with a cute snap of the pair out to eat, accompanied by a sweet tribute.

She wrote: “Words can’t express how I feel about this man… There’s no tribute I can give that will do him justice, but this is how I will always remember you rob!

“I’m devastated that you’re gone, and will never stop missing you.

“You were so much more than my tour manager, you were a friend and one of the kindest men I have known- I have never felt safer than when you were around me and I’m lost and devastated without you”.

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She added: “I wish I wasn’t writing this, I wish I could go to nandos with you one last time.. Or eat calamari, or shout out your car window at pedestrians… I just wish you weren’t gone.

“I’ll miss you forever @robcharliecook… You were an incredible friend, father, tour manager, body guard, squid lover and all round human being… I love you 💙”.

Rob was a loving father (Instagram)

Rob – who’s cause of death is unclear – was loved by many other celebs, that also took to social media to share their devastation.

Ex On The Beach’s Chloe Goodman wrote: “Absolutely shocked xx RIP @robcharliecook thank you for everything!”

As well as Love Island winner Nathan Massey, who shared the message: “@CainesyD @robcharliecook absolutely shocked and gutted by the news ! RIP my friend ! Thoughts go out to his family”.

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While Jasmin Walia’s ex Ross Worswick wrote: “Absolutely gutted at this news @robcharliecook you truly were a legend… We will all miss you.”

Our thoughts are with Rob’s family and friends at this tragic time.

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