Pal of Caroline Flack, Mollie Grosberg adopts the late screen idol’s dog
The death of presenter Caroline Flack shocked those that knew her. Her demise also left the celeb's dog Ruby bereft, at least until pal Mollie Grosberg came to the rescue.
Published on the 03/03/2020, 22:00, Updated on the 08/02/2021, 13:32
Ms Grosberg adopted Ruby after the love island presenter took her own life on February 15th this year.
TV producer Grosberg posted a video of her and Ruby in bed, the dog snoring and seemingly oblivious to the sense of loss around her. According to the Mail Online, Grosberg wrote, “I never want this snoring to stop.”
Despite having been advised to avoid social media since being charged with assault, Ms Flack posted a montage of her and Ruby on February 11th. It was to be her last post.
The French Bulldog is often a one-person dog. She gets exceptionally attached to her owner, and can often be possessive of attention.
Dogs such as Ruby love to be loved, and revel in praise and cuddles. They enjoy being the centre of attention, and will sometimes play up if they have an audience. It is likely Ruby's time with Flack was happy and fulfilling, and if nothing else, her new mum is intent on giving her as much love as she can.