Georgia Love heartbroken over family death: 'The one who's loved me the most'

Georgia Love has paid a beautiful tribute to her late nana and 'best friend'.

Georgia Love has shared an emotional update with fans, mourning the loss of her nana and 'bestie'.

The Bachelorette star uploaded a series of treasured memories of her grandmother on Instagram, calling her the 'one who's loved me the most.'

"I'm more heartbroken than I can put into words," Georgia captioned her post.

"My Nana, my bestie, the one who’s been there the longest and loved me the most. The world and my life are going to be so much emptier without you. The only solace I can find is that you are finally with your beloved Lily and Dah again," she continued, before ending the caption with a quote.

“'I love you more than more than more, you don’t even know.'"

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Georgia Love announced the death of her nana and 'best friend'. Photo:

Fans and friends were quick to flood Georgia's comments, sending their love and support.

"Oh love, I am so sorry for your loss. Grandmas are the most special. I hope your cherished and treasured memories bring you comfort and joy in the days ahead," writer Anna Byrne commented.

"Awwww sending you sooo much love and light!! From what you’ve shared she sounds like an extraordinary gorgeous woman who loved life and her family very very much and I am certain she will always be with you," someone commented.

"Sending love x," MAFS star Jules Robinson wrote, with Bec Judd also commenting "Sorry Georgia xxxx".


Georgia Love with her nana and husband Lee Elliot. Photo:
Georgia Love with her nana and husband Lee Elliot. Photo:

"Thora is up there having a drink with Bel and I have no doubt they’ve got a bit to catch up on!" Georgia's husband Lee Elliot wrote, referencing Georgia's late mother Belinda.

Georgia's mother, Belinda Love, tragically passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2016, not long after the finale of her season of The Bachelorette aired on TV.

Georgia has since partnered with Pancare Foundation numerous times as an ambassador to raise money to support the research into pancreatic cancer.

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