EX UNION J GEORGE SHELLEY SPEAKS OUT SINCE HIS TRAGIC SISTERS DEATH

Posted on Jul 10 2017 - 12:43pm by boybandz

The Sun reports, GEORGE Shelley has opened up for the first time about the tragic death of his sister and admits he’s getting on with life for her.

The former Union J star was left devastated by the loss of Harriet in May and he’s admitted 2017 has been the “s****est” year of his life.

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Harriet, 21, was hit by a car in Bristol on April 28 and spent a week in intensive care after suffering severe head injuries.

She later lost her fight for life, leaving George heartbroken.

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He has now opened up about her death to The Sun Online, and admitted he hit rock bottom as he dealt with the tragedy just weeks after he was dumped from his Capital FM radio show.

George told us: “This is the first time I’ve been out in a couple of months. I’ve had the s****est year of my life but I’ve just got to try and get on with things.

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“The love and support has been overflowing and it helps… My lovely boyfriend has been great and supportive.”

Last night George made his first public appearance since her death by attending the Warner GQ Summer party in London.

He has been keeping a low profile since the tragedy, but the singer has now admitted is he finally ready to move on and get back to work – as it is what Harriet would have wanted.

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George is also working on a new project as he gets his career back on track.

He added: “I guess you just have to try and get on with life. It’s really hard to say it… I have to do what my sister would have done.

“She would have just got on with stuff.

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