Nikki Grahame death: Emmerdale star in tears as she tells of regret she ‘couldn’t do more’ for her friend

Trigger warning: Eating issues.

Following the heart-breaking information of Nikki Grahame’s death yesterday, a former Emmerdale star has taken to Instagram to pay her tributes to the Big Brother star, and to induce individuals affected by anorexia to talk out.

Gemma Oaten, who appeared in Emmerdale as Rachel Breckle between 2011 and 2015, posted the emotional message to her Instagram on the night of Saturday 10 April, stories Leeds Live .

The Big Brother contestant and icon handed away at simply 38 years outdated within the early hours of Friday, April 9, after a protracted battle with anorexia.

Many stars have shared their condolences on-line following the information, stressing not sufficient is thought in regards to the complexities of the illness, and the pressures individuals face as a result of weight-reduction plan business and different components.

Taking to Instagram, Gemma – who herself has been in restoration from anorexia – mentioned she was “so sorry to lose such a vibrant and exquisite human being”.

She continued: “I felt like I needed to say this now. I’m so sorry to Nikki’s household and shut mates and I’m so sorry, Nikki.

“I ship a lot love and assist. If anyone goes via this, please, please, please, communicate out.

“I do know issues are troublesome as a result of individuals cannot get the assistance that they want immediately – however you may attain out to Seed (an consuming dysfunction assist service) for assist.

“You usually are not alone and this isn’t one thing that it’s a must to endure with.”

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Seed is a voluntary organisation primarily based in East Yorkshire, often called the Eating Disorder Support Group, in response to their web site.

It says: “We are a bunch of bizarre individuals with first-hand expertise of consuming issues, who make a distinction to these individuals whose lives are blighted by this devastating sickness.”

Although primarily based within the north east, the charity has on-line assets out there here and an recommendation line is obtainable on (01482) 718130.

You can discover out extra about consuming issues on the NHS website and discover assist at BEAT.

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