Flack’s friend Mollie Grosberg, a TV producer, posted the picture in an Instagram story, saying: ‘Our funny valentine bought us cookies and oat milk this year.’
Grosberg added that she is looking after Flack’s dog Ruby, and it comes as reports emerged last night that Flack had warned police she would take her own life.
The 40-year-old troubled star was taking anti-depressants as she battled mental health problems and was terrified of the prospect of her upcoming trial.
It was claimed yesterday paramedics had been sent to her home the day before she was found dead, following fears for her welfare, but she was not taken to hospital.
The distraught TV presenter was understood to be horrified by the prospect of a ‘show trial’ over an alleged assault on her boyfriend and was worried she could not cope with the fallout.
Friends said she was tormented over the idea of a jury being shown police ‘bodycam’ footage taken during the night she was accused of attacking Lewis Burton, 27. She had hoped the trial would not go ahead.
A court had heard police found the pair covered in blood and that Miss Flack had cuts to her wrist.
The revelations about her mental health prompted questions about whether she was given enough help to tackle her depression and panic attacks.
Police last night refused to reveal if they had referred the star to mental health services