TOWIE star Yazmin Oukhellou reflected on boyfriend Jake McLean’s death and said “time is one thing we won’t get back”.
The Essex beauty, 28, was injured in the fatal late night car crash in Turkey in July that killed driver Jake.
Yazmin, who is currently staying at her parents’ Marrakesh mansion where she is recovering from the crash, opened up about being close to death during the horrific accident.
Sharing a photo of her sunbathing in a pink bikini at her swimming pool.
“I am so grateful & blessed to be here in Marrakech with my mum and dad,” Yazmin wrote.
“Since my accident and realising how my life could’ve been taken I now want to spend as much time as I possibly can with my loved ones.
“I urge all of you to do the same. Even if it’s just for a cup of coffee a few times a week. Make the time.
“Time is one thing we don’t get back. Love Yaz.”
It comes after Yazmin told fans that she’s “starting to feel normal again” after a car crash that killed her boyfriend.
The star looked glamorous as she posed with a drink and wore a bodysuit and black shorts.
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Sitting in an outdoor area abroad in Marrakech, Yazmin posed for the camera and captioned her post: “This break is just what I needed! ?Finally starting to feel a little bit normal ☀️??Thanks so much to @marrkech.concierge for the best concierge service in Marrakech! They organised all of my transfers and restaurant bookings. Truly grateful.”
Yazmin’s friend Junaid Ahmed replied, skryfwerk: “Thank you for the best time you have been through so much & deserve all the happiness in the world. You’ve got this girl.”
The star’s mum, Lisa, also penned a response to her daughter’s post and said: “You so deserve my darling after what you have been through on the road to recovery we are blessed to have you.”
It’s Yazmin’s second post where she’s updated fans while out in Marrkech in Morocco.
Sharing a photo from the hotel she said: “Healing is NOT an overnight process. It takes time. Sometimes you’ll feel like you’re finally getting over something & happy again, and then the wound will reopen when you least expect it.
“Don’t give up, don’t get discouraged. Take each day 1 step at a time. Just try to be in a better place mentally, emotionally and spiritually than you were yesterday.
“I’ve come back to my second home after what I’ve been through and tried to centre myself. When those days hit me where I feel like giving up, I practice gratitude and give thanks to even the smallest of things and it really does help. Love Yaz.”
'N Bron het aan The Sun gesê: “Yaz has gone away with a best friend for a few days to try and take her mind off everything that’s happened.”
In the immediate aftermath of the horror crash, Yaz desperately tried to wake 33-year-old Jake while attempting to honk the horn for attention.
She broke her own arm to escape the car and scrambled to get help.
Emergency crews rushed to the scene but sadly Jake couldn’t be saved.
Jake was declared dead while she was raced to hospital.