Shirley Ballas has shared a heart-breaking tribute to her late brother David, on what would have been his 60th birthday.
The 58-year-old pro dancer took to Instagram to post a collection of photos of her sibling - who took his own life in December 2003, aged just 44 - and the "Strictly Come Dancing" judge admitted there isn't "a day that goes by" when she doesn't think about him.
She wrote: "Dear David today 5 the Feb 2019 you would have been the big 60. There is not a day that goes by in my life without you coming to my mind.
"The best brother I could have wished for. Protective, caring and kind of your family. We for sure came first. I wish I could turn the clock back in time and be more aware of mental health and the fact that we all need to share more how we feel.
"For the years I had with you I am so grateful ,,the fun memories ,, the fact I always felt so safe with you in my life. As we make are way through this short life with all its twists and turns I will hold you close in my heart so you are always on this journey with me. (sic)"
The TV presenter went on to highlight the importance of mental health awareness, and said she felt "closer than ever" to her big brother.
She added: "Seems like yesterday I had my last cuddle with you but I feel you closer than ever. RIP David I love you. #mentalhealthawareness #suicide #suicideprevention #communication #journey #life #brother #son #uncle #dad (sic)"