‘I still catch myself calling or messaging her’: Georgia Love heartbreakingly reveals how she’s dealing with her late mother’s death… as she prepares to go on a cancer charity walk in her honour
She lost her mother Belinda to pancreatic cancer in October 2016, just days after the Bachelorette finale.
And on Saturday, Georgia Love, 30, revealed how she’s been dealing with her mother’s death, as she prepares to complete a cancer charity walk in her honour.
The journalist and reality TV star heartbreakingly told The Daily Telegraph that sometimes she thinks she can still call or text her mother.
Heartbreak: Georgia Love (left) revealed at the weekend how she’s dealing with her late mother Belinda’s (right) death
‘I still catch myself calling or messaging her,’ Georgia told the publication.
‘It’s really hard to come to terms with — watching (mum) go through all of that and how quickly she went downhill,’ she added.
Georgia also spoke about the weeks prior to her mother’s death, saying: ‘We never treated mum as if she was dying — even though she did in the end — and going through it with a smile, love and positivity really made her last few months much happier.’
A good cause: Georgia is preparing to complete a cancer charity walk in her honour for the Pancare Foundation
Georgia, who is an ambassador of the Pancare Foundation, a charity fighting pancreatic cancer, will take place in the 5km walk in Sydney on May 26.
The event is called ‘Walk For Hope,’ and aims to raise funds for research into the disease and treatment centres.
In October 2016, Georgia shared a moving tribute to her mother as she announced her death after a six-month battle with the disease.
Sad: In October 2016, Georgia shared a moving tribute to her mother (pictured) as she announced her death after a six-month battle with the disease
Taking to Instagram to share a collage of images of the pair together, she wrote: ‘My heart is utterly broken.
‘Seven weeks ago we were sipping cocktails in Italy. Seven months ago you weren’t even sick. How is it possible you’re no longer here?’
She went on to call her mother her ‘first friend’ and ‘best friend’, adding in part of her post: ‘There is so much more I need and want to share with you. I have no idea how to even begin to say goodbye.’
‘I love you, Mum, and will continue to every single day.’
She finished with a quote which read: ‘If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart. I’ll stay there forever.’
Gone but not forgotten: Taking to Instagram to share a collage of images of the pair together, Georgia wrote: ‘My heart is utterly broken’