Charlotte Dawson says she’s ‘drained and tired’ on anniversary of dad Les’ death

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Charlotte Dawson has paid a heartbreaking tribute to her father Les Dawson, 28 years on from his devastating death.

The new mum, 28, who welcomed baby Noah with her fiance Matt Sarsfield earlier this year, told fans she's been having a tough time as the unhappy anniversary has drawn closer.

Next to a beautiful edited picture of herself, Les and her baby son Noah, she wrote: "I feel so drained tired & low today … then I realised it’s your anniversary of your death tomorrow 28 years.

"Never gets easier especially now having Noah here without you…"

On Wednesday, Charlotte announced she "would do anything" to see her father again after he died when she was just 8 months old.

Sharing her appreciation for the pictures created by fans, she wrote: "I just love all of you doing these special edits for me I feel so lucky that you take the time to do these…

"This one looks so real… isn’t it such a wonderful feeling being able to see yourself next to your loved one in heaven?

"Today is the day… 28 years ago our families world fell apart when you left us, you weren’t meant to go.. we had so much to do together.

"Being 8 months old & having no memory really is so hard.. but wow I’m lucky to have the home videos, pictures and this incredible legacy… I would do anything to have you here tho, having a chippy with you & havin a good old laugh."

Charlotte continued: "I can’t wait for Noah to get to know his grandad I really think it’s harder having Noah here now… because I can’t imagine not being here with Noah. Scary sad and heartbreaking."

The star, who recently hit back at evil trolls, went on to share with her followers: "Today is going to be a nice day we are going to see dads statue with my mum/nanny trace who is so strong & inspirational @tracydawsonx so lucky we have you, love you so much, what a bloody legend he is. So proud to call him my dad."

Many fans weighed in with comments for Charlotte, including Mrs Hinch who replied: "Beautiful sending lots of love xx."

Jessica Hayes penned: "He will be looking down smiling just so proud I love you xxxxxx."

"Wow what a beautiful pic something to treasure forever," one fan said. "I lost my dad too, and just wanted to send love and hugs."

"Just beautiful – a picture to treasure forever xxx," another shared.

A third fan posted underneath: "I lost my dad at 8 years old, it never seems to get any easier, especially those moments you want them here more than ever. Sending you love darling girl xxxxx."

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