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Danniella Westbrook heartbroken when new rescue dog dies month after adoption

Former EastEnders actress Danniella Westbrook, 48, is “devastated” after the tragic death of the new dog she rescued last month. The star shared a photo of Bruno the bulldog and told fans she felt “empty” after his death

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Danniella Westbrook has told fans she feels “empty” as she announced the death of her dog Bruno, who she rescued last month.

The heartbroken actress took to Twitter to share the sad news and a photo of the pooch with her 228,000 followers.

The ex-soap star posted a cute photo of her bulldog and added the caption, “Devastated that I lost my Bruno last night…feeling so empty and sad that he was such a lovely old boy.

“Rest in peace my Bruno Bear, you were such a good boy, full of love to the end, I will miss you so much,” she added.

Fans flocked to comfort her, writing: “Oh no how devastating for you I’m so sorry.”







Danniella Westbrook shared her sadness at the loss of her dog
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Danniella, 48, replied: “So devastated he was my little pal such good company x miss him so much x”

The former EastEnders actress only picked up Bruno from a Bulldog Rehoming charity in March.

She said at the time: “My new baby…meet 12-year-old Bruno, he’s the newest addition to my family. I rescued him from the amazing charity @bulldog_rescue_and_rehoming_uk, he is (sic) 12 years old and I adore him for (sic) your thinking of getting a dog please rescue.”







She rescued Bruno from a rescue center last month
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Danniella is currently undergoing facial surgery
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The loss comes shortly after Danniella went under the knife for surgery on her nose.
Danniella shared how she planned to have part of her rib implanted in her face to help rebuild her crumbling cheekbones.
She revealed how the operation was inspired by cruel trolls, telling The Sun: “People text me and say, ‘You’re so ugly, you’re a junkie, you should just go and kill yourself’.







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“I’ve also had messages saying they’re glad I’m not coming back to EastEnders because nobody wants me scaring their kids on TV.

“Sometimes I wake up and I’m like, ‘I don’t want to die today, but I don’t want to face the world either.'”

She is believed to have blown up £250,000 for drugs and in one of her seizures she is said to have been snorting the veterinary drug levamisole.

It deworms cattle, pigs and sheep and decomposes and rots human flesh and bones.







She played Sam Mitchell at EastEnders for years
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She gets part of her rib cage tucked into her cheek
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Danniella is helping set up a holistic wellness center in North Yorkshire after looking to escape the Essex lifestyle.

She said the area is “champagne taste and soda money,” adding that many of the flashy cars are on hire-purchase.

The actress said she felt the people she now lived near in Yorkshire were “more real” and the focus wasn’t on looks and money.

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