Harry Styles paid second tribute to Caroline Flack with Treat People With Kindness pin at the Brits

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HARRY Styles paid his second tribute to Caroline Flack at the Brit Awards on Tuesday night by wearing a lapel badge that read Treat People With Kindness.

It echoed the message left by his ex-girlfriend who was found dead in her London flat on Saturdayafter taking her own life.

Harry Styles wore the badge as a second tribute to ex-girlfriend Caroline Flack
It read ‘treat people with kindness’

Following Carolines tragic death, one of her old Instagram posts, which urged people to be kind, has gone viral again and it is also the name of one of Harrys songs.

The post which Caroline shared read: “In a world where you can be anything… Be kind.”

The poignant words have since been printed on T-shirts by In The Style, who announced all profits would be donated to the Samaritans.

Caroline dated Harry for three months in 2011 after they met on The X Factor the year before, when she was hosting The Xtra Factor.

Harry wore a black ribbon earlier in the evening

In The Style launched the T-shirt with all profits going to the Samaritans

Caroline shared the message in one of her final Instagram posts last December

Earlier in the evening Harry had worn a black ribbon attached to his left lapel, as a tribute to Caroline.

Brit Awards host Jack Whitehall opened the show by paying tribute to Caroline, saying she was “a kind and vibrant person with an infectious sense of fun”.

Taking to the stage at the O2 Arena in London, Jack said: “Over the weekend we had the awful news that a member of the Brits family, our friend Caroline Flack, tragically passed away.

Caroline – who presented the Brits in 2010 – was found dead on Saturday

“She was a kind and vibrant person with an infectious sense of fun.

“She will be sorely missed.

“I’m sure I speak for everyone here when I say our thoughts are with her friends and family.”

Lewis Capaldi then performed his hit Someone You Loved, which left viewers in tears.

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