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Nikki Grahame’s Final Facebook Post Before She Died Is Heartbreaking

Nikki Grahame heartbreakingly revealed she felt 'all good' in a Facebook post shared just before she entered a specialist clinic to receive treatment for her eating disorder.
Credit: @nikkigrahameofficial/Instagram

Nikki Grahame heartbreakingly revealed she felt ‘all good’ in a Facebook post shared just before she entered a specialist clinic to receive treatment for her eating disorder.

The Big Brother star, who tragically died over the weekend, uploaded a photograph of a bouquet of flowers and when a friend commented on the snap to ask how she was doing, she replied: “All good, darling.”

Grahame’s family desperately attempted to raise funds to get her specialist care in the days leading up to her death, but it was too late for the reality star, who suffered from anorexia since being a child.

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Nikki Grahame thought she was ‘all good’ before she died. Credit: @nikkigrahameofficial/Instagram

The page’s description read: “As some of you may know, Nikki is battling anorexia. She has been battling for most of her life and as you can see, Nikki is now in a very bad way so we need to do something quickly. 

Over the past years, Nikki’s family and friends have tried so desperately to get her all the help possible through the NHS. Unfortunately, the treatments have failed and we have exhausted every avenue possible. Now Nik is in a very bad way, this is now our last hope.

“This is why we feel that getting her treatment in a specialist clinic is the only option left for her. 

“We are praying this gives her the chance of kicking this illness to the curb once and for all.”

Last week, on the This Morning show, Grahame’s mum, Susan Grahame, revealed that lockdown had taken its toll on her daughter.

She explained: “With Covid, it sounds crazy but stuff like gyms closing impacted on her.

“In order for her to eat she needs to know she can exercise so when they closed it was quite a worry, the isolation as well.”

She also revealed that her daughter had become incredibly ‘lonely,’ which made her mind wander to food.

Her mum explained: “It all came to a grinding halt. For Nikki, she would muddle herself through the year knowing she’s got friends abroad and she would visit them.

“She spent a lot of time last year cancelling holidays.”

If you, or anyone you know, is affected by an eating disorder, you can find help and support through charity Beat

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