George Michael's partner Fadi Fawaz has posted an emotional throwback photo, revealing how much he misses the late singer.
The hairstylist shared a snap of a Facebook status from January 2016, which read: "The truth about me is and I'm really sorry to say but I am the happiest person I know and the luckiest person I know." He then captioned the photo, writing: "I miss him so…much." The 43-year-old shared a throwback photo of them three weeks earlier, writing: "I will never stop missing you George the kind and the most beautiful man ever." along with a heartbreaking tweet in early January, writing: "You left me in a world where I am only meant to cry."
Fadi posted a throwback to his Facebook status last year
Fadi has previously opened up about finding George on the morning of his death on Christmas Day, and how the police have been "amazing". He told the Daily Mail: "We were very much in love, very much together. Why would I be there if we weren't together? I was there the last day of his life. I was there. The police have been amazing. They have been supportive. They have done what normally happens when someone dies. They have not been accusing me, never; they have been very supportive." He had also previously spoken about sleeping in his car the night before George's death, telling the Mirror: "I never saw him. I fell asleep in my car and I never saw him that night. The police know everything - that's the most important thing."
Fadi took to social media to speak about George
Police are investigating the cause of George's death after the post mortem results were inconclusive, but have stated that the death is not being treated as suspicious. A statement on the police website read: "This is not a Thames Valley Police Major Crime investigation. As part of Thames Valley Police's investigation on behalf of Oxfordshire Coroner into this unexplained but non-suspicious death officers are establishing facts which include taking statements. This is standard practice in cases such as this to allow the coroner to determine the circumstances of the death."