Caroline Flack's career highlights in pictures

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image captionFlack dazzled on the dance floor with Pasha Kovalev when they won Strictly Come Dancing in 2014

TV presenter Caroline Flack, who has died at the age of 40, starred on some of Britain's biggest television shows.

Here is a selection of photos that capture her career highlights.

image captionShe got an early break alongside Sam and Mark on BBC children's show TMi, which launched in 2006
image captionFlack stayed on the Saturday morning favourite for three series before moving on
image captionShe teamed up with professional wheelchair dancer James O'Shea for Dancing on Wheels in 2010, with the pair going on to win the BBC Three contest
image captionShe took part in Let's Dance for... Comic Relief with Joe Swash in 2011. The pair also presented I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here Now!
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image captionWith singer Olly Murs, Flack hosted The X Factor spin-off show The Xtra Factor from 2011 before the pair were promoted to present the main series in 2015
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image captionWhen Love Island began in its current format in 2015, Flack was there to match up the scantily-clad singletons
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image captionShe walked the catwalk during the Fashion for Relief charity fashion show, which was hosted by Naomi Campbell for the Ebola crisis in Africa in 2017
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image captionFlack got her hands on a Bafta Award in 2018 when Love Island was named best reality show
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image captionShe was a fixture on other red carpets, such as at the Brit Awards in 2018
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image captionShe helped Love Island become one of the most popular British TV shows of the decade
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image captionIt won a string of prizes, such as the TRIC Award for best reality programme, which she collected with contestant Amber Davies in 2018

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