Georgia Love reveals the sentimental gift her mum gave her before passing away from pancreatic cancer: ‘I miss her every single day’
Georgia Love has opened up about the special gift her late mother gave her before she passed away, that she treasures everyday.
In a Q&A with The Daily Telegraph on the weekend, the 33-year-old former Bachelorette star listed several items that she has in her home, one being a ring that was gifted to her as a teenager by her mum, Belinda Love.
‘My late Mum gave me this ring when I was 17 and heading overseas by myself for the first time,’ Georgia said.
Georgia Love has opened up about the special gift her late mother Belinda gave her before she passed away, a ring that she treasures
‘It was a present given to her by my Dad before they were married. It has carried such a special place in my heart since she gave it to me, but even more so since she passed away.’
Belinda died from pancreatic cancer in October 2016, a month after her 60th birthday, and just one day after The Bachelorette finale had aired.
The Georgia Elliott Sleepwear co-founder said she also has a sweet photograph of her mum ‘grinning ear-to-ear with a cocktail in hand’.
The former Bachelorette star has kept the ring (pictured) ever since it was gifted to her as a teen
‘It was a present given to her by my Dad before they were married,’ she said
Belinda (pictured) died from pancreatic cancer in October 2016, a month after her 60th birthday
‘She was my best friend and I miss her every single day,’ she continued.
Georgia previously discussed how copes with the ‘negativity of the internet’ as well as touching on her mum’s death.
The former Channel Seven presenter said Belinda had given her some solid advice to help her get through tough times.
‘It’s so easy to get bogged down in the negativity of the internet, let alone after the two years we’ve had with Covid,’ Georgia told Yahoo! Lifestyle in May.
‘There’s just so much anger and grief around and I think the most important thing we can do is to make sure we’re leaning on those people around us.’
‘I know my mum definitely would always continue to give me that advice.’
Earlier this year, Georgia discussed how copes with the ‘negativity of the internet’ as well as touching on her mum’s death