Jessica Wright will never be the same again after Nanny Pat's death
Jessica Wright is convinced she'll always be dealing with grief following the death of her beloved Nanny Pat in December
Jessica Wright doesn't think her family will ever "be the same" again following the tragic death of her Nanny Pat.
The 'Only Way is Essex' star was left heartbroken in December when her beloved grandmother, who also starred on the show, passed away following a short illness, and she doesn't think her relatives will ever get over their pain.
She explained: "I'm just glad that she's at peace now and not in any pain. It's just one of those things that you have to get on with every day and hopefully it gets easier every day. It'll never be the same in our family I don't think."
And the brunette beauty is still struggling to come to terms with the fact Nanny Pat is no longer around because she keeps finding items of her clothing at her home in Essex.
She told the Daily Mail newspaper: "It's a really strange feeling. I've never dealt with grief like this before. It's one of those things where I don't think I'll ever feel the same again. It's so weird without her being there, even just when I go to make everyone a tea because she loved her tea. It's really, really hard to deal with. I keep finding her clothes that she had at our house because she stayed at our house a lot and they smell of her, and that's horrible for us."
Nanny Pat - whose real name is Pat Brooker - passed away on December 16, 2015, a month after her 80th birthday.
She left behind five children, including her daughter Carol Wright - the mother of Jessica and TV presenter Mark Wright.