Caroline Flack will make a posthumous appearance in Steve Coogan’s film Greed

The film is due to be released later this week, following her death on 15 February

 

Greed - Trailer

Caroline Flack will make a posthumous appearance in Steve Coogan’s forthcoming satirical film Greed.

The cameo sees the former Love Island host presenting Coogan’s character Sir Richard McCreadie with a cheque.

In the film’s trailer, Flack can be heard saying: “Now it’s time for the man you’ve all been waiting for… the king of the high street”.

Directed by Michael Winterbottom, Greed follows McCreadie, a billionaire fashion mogul who is celebrating his 60th birthday in Mykonos.

The mockumentary will be released this Friday (February 21).

Flack’s death on 15 February left many in the showbiz world devastated.

Love Island host Laura Whitmore made a tearful radio appearance, calling out “clickbait” news and online trolls for their treatment of Flack.

Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby also shared their grief over Caroline during last weekend’s episode of Dancing on Ice.

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