The Only Way is Essex (TOWIE) alumnus Mick Norcross who took his own life last year, along with son Kirk Norcross paying even more respects to his late father with a tattoo moved to honor him.
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Kirk Norcross has revealed a touching tribute to his late father Mick Norcross, just over a year after his death.
The Only Way is Essex alum, 34, who has opened up about the loss of her father, who took his own life last year, with the heartbreaking Kirk finding his father’s body.
He has now revealed he’s got a new tattoo in tribute to Mick, who was just 57 years old when he passed away – with the ink being introduced to his fans on Instagram today. via.
The tattoo on his right arm is an anchor and has the word ‘Dad’ in the center. It also includes the date of Mick’s death, which was January 21 of last year – with the words ’21 -1-21. ‘
Alongside a picture of the tattoo, Kirk wrote: “For me. Dad is my anchor. I hold you through the fiercest storms of life. Until we see you again. Remember. Father.”
The post has been shared with his 166,000 followers on the social media platform, with over 10,000 likes since it was posted by Kirk yesterday evening.
The business owner has been public about his father’s death and even revealed last month that it made him think about taking his own life afterward.
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At the inquest into Mick’s death, a coroner said “financial concerns always seemed to be on his mind” before he took his own life last January.
Talking about how he felt after losing his father, Kirk later said in an interview: “I wanted to die. I had planned out what I would wear, what I would do.”
The father-of-two said: “I had to scream again after thinking about it and I talked to my dad’s partner. Immediately talking about it made me feel better.”
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Kirk has become an ambassador for the charity Papyrus, which aims to prevent young people from taking their own lives. He described his role with the charity as “an honor.”
“If it weren’t for my children, I wouldn’t be here myself. It’s an honor to be an ambassador for something close to my heart,” he said. other”.
The TOWIE alumnus says he wants to “push people to talk about their feelings” and adds that his involvement with the charity – founded in 1997 – could save someone’s life there.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/kirk-norcross-unveils-touching-tattoo-26840252 Kirk Norcross reveals touching tattoo in tribute to late father Mick Norcross the year after his death