Love Island star Sophie Gradons boyfriend Aaron Armstrong wanted to start a family with her.
The reality TV star and former Miss Great Britain died this week at the age of 32.
Armstrong posted a second tribute to her on social media, saying he would miss her beautiful smile and opened up about his hopes he had for the future.
He posted on Instagram: To think I will never see your beautiful smile again haunts me you are the girl of my dreams we spoke of having kids and spending the rest of our lives together Im so devastated that we will never get that chance to grow old together and raise a family.
I love you with all my heart Sophie u will always be in my heart you are my angel and I know you will be by my side everyday @sophiegradon.
A tribute to Sophie was aired at the start of Thursday nights episode of Love Island.
Before the latest action from the villa was shown, a picture of Sophie was put on screen along with the words: In loving memory of Sophie Gradon.
No cause of death or an official statement from her family regarding her death has been released.
At the time the news of the death broke, Aaron paid tribute on Facebook, saying: I will never forget that smile I love you so so much baby your my world forever ever and always.
Producers of the ITV2 show told the current islanders the sad news off camera.
The model and businesswoman had a close tie to this years villa as she was friends with new arrival Ellie.