Death in Paradise star leaves fans 'heartbroken and crying' with emotional post about last day on set

A DEATH in Paradise star has left fans 'heartbroken and crying' with an emotional post about her last day on set.

Last week's episode saw Josephine Jobert leave the show as her character DS Florence Cassell decided to leave Saint Marie after her undercover mission went wrong.

Having also lost her fiance Patrice earlier in the show's run, Florence decided it was time to start afresh away from the Caribbean island.

Her departure left Death in Paradise fans devastated, and their tears continued to flow as Josephine posted emotional pictures on her Instagram page from her last day on set.

The first saw Josephine hugging co-star Tahj Miles – who was dressed as his character Marlon Pryce – with a glorious view behind them.

The next two saw Josephine sharing a number of moments with Don Warrington – who plays Commissioner Patterson – on the police station set.

The actress also shared a number of snaps with crew members as well as a picture of her farewell cake.

She wrote alongside them: "The first photo still makes me emotional. It was my very last day on DIP, we were doing a photoshoot, knowing it would be the last time we’d spent together.

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"I had to retain my tears because I had another very small scene to film before my final wrap.

"But I shared this moment with @tahjmiles and it was very difficult for me not to cry. He’s so precious. So precious… I just love this photo."

She continued: "I wanted to share with you a few moments from that day.
The second one is after Don did a very moving speech to say goodbye, in front of the whole crew. I wasn’t expecting this at all… And again, just thinking also it this also makes me want to cry.

"I will miss a lot of people from DIP. People you never see on screen. Bless you all and thank you for everything."

Death in Paradise airs on Fridays on BBC One at 9pm and is available on BBC iPlayer.

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