Jesy Nelson has shared a sweet clip on social media in honour of her late grandmother.
The former Little Mix star, 30, who recently shared an adorable childhood throwback photo, announced the death of her beloved grandmother last week.
Sharing a clip from the music video from Little Mix's song Strip, which featured her nan, she told fans her "heart feels so broken".
And she's since shared a heartwarming video on social media in tribute to her.
The clip shows her family altogether in a garden letting off heart-shaped balloons, as a special way to say farewell, to the tune of The Wonder of You by Elvis Presley.
It was sweetly captioned: "We love you Nanny Ginge" with a red heart emoji.
Jesy shared the sad news of her loss on Thursday 17 March with her 8.6million fans on Instagram.
"My beautiful Nanny Ginge, my heart feels so broken I don't even have the words right now.
"The most beautiful, kind hearted nanny in the world I feel so proud and so lucky to have shared so many beautiful memories with you.
"I'm gonna miss everything about you, you being cheeky and flirting with all the men and telling them to give you a kiss.
"Reggie and Oscar are gonna miss sleeping with you so much. I love you with all my heart nanny go rest with the angels now."
The Boyz hitmaker has a close bond with her family, but particularly her mum Janice White.
She also has three siblings named Joseph, Jonathan and Jade.
Jesy sensationally quit the chart-topping girl group in December 2020, just one month after they released their sixth studio album Confetti.
The former bandmates later had a public fall-out as she launched her solo career with the single Boyz, featuring Nicki Minaj.
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