Just over a year after Caroline Flack’s death, her twin sister Jody Flack appears on a Channel 4 documentary to talk about her life.

Channel 4 airs a moving documentary about Caroline Flack at 9 pm tonight (March 17th) which will include interviews with the late presenter’s family members and close celebrity friends such as Olly Murs and Dermot O’Leary.

The programme will look into the former Love Island host’s childhood and her presenting gigs to her death in February last year.

Caroline’s sister Jody Flack is also making an appearance. The two siblings had a very close relationship.

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Who is Caroline’s twin sister Jody Flack?

Caroline’s twin sister Jody Flack is a 41-year-old film editor. Unlike Caroline, Jody hasn’t lived a life in the media spotlight because of her career.

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Jody is a mother to three children called Zuzu, Willow and Delilah. Apart from Jody, Caroline’s other siblings are 49-year-old Paul and 51-year-old sister Elizabeth.

Caroline and her siblings’ parents are called Christine and Ian.

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Jody and Caroline Flack’s relationship

Jody and Caroline were very close. The former Love Island host has mentioned her in her book and talked about her in a previous interview.

Speaking to The Daily Express, Caroline explained that she and Jody had very different lives, but they still knew how to maintain a close relationship.

“I’m very lucky to have a twin,” Caroline said. “We’re very close – we shared a bed until we were four and we were in the same class at school – but we’re quite different.”

In her 2015 book Storm In A C Cup: My Autobiography, the late X Factor’s host wrote:

“The great thing about having a twin is that you always have someone to play with. During the whole of my childhood, from the moment I woke up until the moment I went to sleep, I never knew what it was like to be alone.”

Christine and Jody talk documentary

Christine and Jody did a Q&A (via Bustle) where they talked more about the documentary.

“I’m really sad that I’m sitting here talking about this film,” Caroline’s mother Christine said. “That she’s not sitting here talking about the film that they were going to make.”

The original documentary was going to include Caroline and her side of the story following last year’s media reports as “she felt like she wasn’t being heard at the time,” her mother added.

Jody said: “Having seen the film it’s very much about mental health. And now, I’d quite like that to make a big impact on other people.”

Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death airs on Channel 4 at 9 pm on March 17th.

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