Jodie Marsh shares emotional tribute after mum dies from heartbreaking death

Jodie Marsh has posted an emotional tribute to her mother Kristina who tragically passed away after battling cancer.

The 41-year-old former Page 3 star was left heartbroken as she announced the news of her mum's death on Thursday.

On Friday, she posted a series of photographs alongside her mum, remembering the good times they shared together.

The reality star wrote: "We had the BEST nights out. She loved life and loved people. She loved to sing and dance and she loved to go out to different places. She was the kindest human you could ever meet", adding a pink heart to her loving words.

Jodie told her fans that her mum had died on Thursday, sharing a tribute to her mum on Instagram.

Her statement read: "My beautiful, kind, caring, generous, intelligent, funny, classy and incredible mum passed away this morning.

"There will never be another woman like my mum. She was the strongest woman I’ve ever known. She was my best friend and I don’t know how to do life without her…."

In May, Jodie told fans that her mother was "turfed out of hospital" because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

She tweeted: "My mum was basically turfed out of hospital and told “come back in 8 weeks” even though she has the most aggressive growing cancer her consultant had ever seen."

"Thrown out of hospital because of Covid. No treatment. She's dying at home. No word from hospital."

She added: "Her cancer is so aggressive.

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"We've been told what treatment she needs but hospital won’t see her til June. Sickening x."

Begging for the public to seek help with cancer during the pandemic, Jodie posted on social media: "We cannot say it enough.

"THE NHS IS OPEN please do not sit at home with any cancer symptoms, get to speak to your doctor or visit A & E.

"The figures in cancer diagnosis are drastically down. Please remember lives are saved by early detection! Please RT."

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