Chloe Sims enjoys lunch with cousin Frankie and their grandmother Linda

She recently support her cousin Joey Essex during his emotional BBC documentary, Grief And Me, where he spoke about how his mother’s suicide has impacted his life.

And Chloe Sims enjoyed a family lunch with her other cousin Frankie and their grandmother Linda at Smiths Of Wapping in London on Sunday.

The TOWIE star, 38, looked effortlessly chic in a cropped cardigan which had knitted strawberries on it.

Family lunch: Chloe Sims, left, enjoyed a family lunch with her cousin Frankie, right, and their grandmother Linda, centre, at Smiths Of Wapping in London on Sunday

Family lunch: Chloe Sims, left, enjoyed a family lunch with her cousin Frankie, right, and their grandmother Linda, centre, at Smiths Of Wapping in London on Sunday

Family lunch: Chloe Sims, left, enjoyed a family lunch with her cousin Frankie, right, and their grandmother Linda, centre, at Smiths Of Wapping in London on Sunday

Chloe displayed her toned figure in a pair of frayed mom jeans which she accessorised with a belt to further highlight her svelte waist. 

Adding some glamorous touches, the reality star accessorised with a red Chanel handbag, white ankle boots and gold jewellery.

Chloe styled her blonde locks into a glossy blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of radiant make-up.

Her cousin Frankie, whose brother is Joey, displayed her toned figure in a nude and white printed high-neck jumpsuit.

Berry nice! The TOWIE star, 38, looked effortlessly chic in a cropped cardigan which had knitted strawberries on it

Berry nice! The TOWIE star, 38, looked effortlessly chic in a cropped cardigan which had knitted strawberries on it

Berry nice! The TOWIE star, 38, looked effortlessly chic in a cropped cardigan which had knitted strawberries on it

Chic: Chloe displayed her toned figure in a pair of frayed mom jeans which she accessorised with a belt to further highlight her svelte waist

Chic: Chloe displayed her toned figure in a pair of frayed mom jeans which she accessorised with a belt to further highlight her svelte waist

Stylish: Her cousin Frankie, whose brother is Joey, displayed her toned figure in a nude and white printed high-neck jumpsuit

Stylish: Her cousin Frankie, whose brother is Joey, displayed her toned figure in a nude and white printed high-neck jumpsuit

Chic: Chloe, L displayed her toned figure in a pair of frayed mom jeans which she accessorised with a belt to further highlight her svelte waist while Frankie, R, wowed in a jumpsuit 

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The reality star, 33, finished her look with matching accessories which included a sparkly handbag and heels.

Chloe and Frankie’s grandmother Linda, who is turning 82 later this month, looked radiant in a vibrant yellow trouser suit.

The trio were also joined by Frankie’s partner Luke as Chloe took to her Instagram to share several updates of the lunch. 

The family outing comes after Joey’s BBC documentary, Grief And Me, about how his mother’s suicide has impacted his life, left viewers in tears on Thursday evening. 

Details: The reality star, 33, finished her look with matching accessories which included a sparkly handbag and heels

Details: The reality star, 33, finished her look with matching accessories which included a sparkly handbag and heels

Details: The reality star, 33, finished her look with matching accessories which included a sparkly handbag and heels

Sweet: The trio were also joined by Frankie's partner Luke

Sweet: The trio were also joined by Frankie's partner Luke

Updates: Chloe took to her Instagram to share several updates of the lunch (Frankie pictured)

Updates: Chloe took to her Instagram to share several updates of the lunch (Frankie pictured)

Sweet: The trio were also joined by Frankie’s partner Luke as Chloe took to her Instagram to share several updates of the lunch

Glowing: Chloe styled her blonde locks into a glossy blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of radiant make-up

Glowing: Chloe styled her blonde locks into a glossy blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of radiant make-up

Glowing: Chloe styled her blonde locks into a glossy blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of radiant make-up

The former TOWIE star, 30, candidly discussed the moment his mum Tina took her own life when he was aged 10-years-old, and how he has been haunted by her devastating loss ever since. 

Tearful viewers took to Twitter to share how they had been left ‘heartbroken’ by the BBC documentary as they praised Joey’s bravery.   

In the emotional programme, Joey discussed with a therapist how he struggled to believe someone could love him after his mother, Tina, who ‘loved me more than any girl will love me’ left him. 

During one tearful moment, he recalled: ‘My mum, she loved me but she left me. I just don’t believe it. I think to myself: “If she loved me that much why would she leave me.” I think I’ll always ask myself, “Why?”‘  

Heartbreaking: The family outing comes after Joey's BBC documentary, Grief And Me, about how his mother's suicide has impacted his life, left viewers in tears on Thursday evening

Heartbreaking: The family outing comes after Joey's BBC documentary, Grief And Me, about how his mother's suicide has impacted his life, left viewers in tears on Thursday evening

Heartbreaking: The family outing comes after Joey’s BBC documentary, Grief And Me, about how his mother’s suicide has impacted his life, left viewers in tears on Thursday evening 

Joey admitted that he entered into several relationships knowing they would never progress or pushing people away in order to protect himself.

One fan took to Twitter to say: ‘Bawling my eyes out at @JoeyEssex_ doc so b****y brave of him,’ while another echoed: ‘This Joey Essex documentary is breaking my heart.’

A third social media user added: ‘Joey Essex’s documentary both broke and warmed my heart, once again proving how important prioritising your mental health is and how much it can change your day to day life.’

A fourth hailed Joey’s work as ‘powerful’ while admitting that they ‘balled throughout’.

They wrote: ‘Such a powerful documentary Joey, I’ve been bawling throughout. Talking is so important. I hope this encourage people to start opening up and speaking out.

Heartbreaking: The former TOWIE star, 30, candidly discussed the moment his mum Tina took her own life when he was aged 10-years-old, and how he has been haunted by her devastating loss ever since (pictured together when Joey was a child)

Heartbreaking: The former TOWIE star, 30, candidly discussed the moment his mum Tina took her own life when he was aged 10-years-old, and how he has been haunted by her devastating loss ever since (pictured together when Joey was a child)

Heartbreaking: The former TOWIE star, 30, candidly discussed the moment his mum Tina took her own life when he was aged 10-years-old, and how he has been haunted by her devastating loss ever since (pictured together when Joey was a child) 

‘I will be making my nieces and nephew watch this as they lost there mum very young and struggle every day.’ [sic]

A fifth person added: ‘I have just watched your documentary and I am absolutely heart broken, I can not stop myself crying, I can feel your pain.’

Another social media user took to Twitter to say: ‘@JoeyEssex_ massive respect man! You made me cry watching u tonight, I know that pain personally! Thank you for letting me watch ur journey, you’re a legend.’

A seventh told how they had been left ‘heartbroken’ but also with a ‘warm fuzzy feeling’.

‘It was absolutely brilliant. Such a brave thing to do and done so well. I cried but I was left feeling warm and fuzzy.’

Emotional: Tearful viewers took to Twitter to share how they had been left 'heartbroken' by the BBC documentary as they praised Joey's bravery

Emotional: Tearful viewers took to Twitter to share how they had been left 'heartbroken' by the BBC documentary as they praised Joey's bravery

Emotional: Tearful viewers took to Twitter to share how they had been left ‘heartbroken’ by the BBC documentary as they praised Joey’s bravery

‘So emotional to watch. Such a brave thing to do,’ tweeted a different viewer.

While another sweetly told Joey his mother would be proud, penning: ‘Heartbreaking to watch well done Joey, your mum would be very proud of you.’ [sic]

Joey explained that he hoped by opening up and coming to terms with his grief he may be able to move forward, find someone and start a family.

‘I want to find true happiness, I want to find true love. I’ve been in good relationships and I seem to push that away,’ he said.

‘I think my life has been too painful for that person to be with because I don’t want to put them through what I’ve been through and what I’m going through so I seem to push good relationships away.

 

Another added: 'It was absolutely brilliant. Such a brave thing to do and done so well. I cried but I was left feeling warm and fuzzy'

Another added: 'It was absolutely brilliant. Such a brave thing to do and done so well. I cried but I was left feeling warm and fuzzy'

Another added: ‘It was absolutely brilliant. Such a brave thing to do and done so well. I cried but I was left feeling warm and fuzzy’

Joey has had several romances over the years with fellow TOWIE star Sam Faiers, model Amy Willerton, who he met on I’m A Celebrity in 2013, and The Hills star Stephanie Pratt.

‘I don’t trust a lot of people, I just don’t,’ he said. ‘The whole thought of being left alone scares the life out of me because I went through it as a kid and it was just awful.

‘Imagine if I loved someone, had kids with them and I really did love that person and then she left me I wouldn’t know what to do.’

But after turning 30, he stepped back and looked at his life and decided he wanted to ‘stop wasting my own time’ – instead acknowledging he needs to be happy in himself to be able to find a healthy relationship.

Speaking with his cousin Chloe, Joey admitted he struggles to give his heart out to women.

Candid: Joey explained that he hoped by opening up and coming to terms with his grief he may be able to move forward, find someone and start a family

Candid: Joey explained that he hoped by opening up and coming to terms with his grief he may be able to move forward, find someone and start a family

Candid: Joey explained that he hoped by opening up and coming to terms with his grief he may be able to move forward, find someone and start a family

‘That’s not a good way to think because I’m already thinking we’re gonna break up before we’re even together, I’m pushing it away.

‘Now I’ve gone from this party boy life genuinely now I’m like, “woah”, I’ve had this massive kick back, like I actually want a family. How do I make myself happy without that?’

The reality star also spoke about the emotions he had kept buried about his mother, often in the past avoiding speaking openly about her.

‘I just don’t think I’ll ever be able to let it go. I don’t want to let go. I don’t give a s*** about all this life we live and all that. I’d choose her over anything.

‘A lot of people say with this subject “but you don’t know how she felt” and all this and all that but it’s like she got rid of her pain but now look at me.

He said: 'I want to find true happiness, I want to find true love. I've been in good relationships and I seem to push that away'

He said: 'I want to find true happiness, I want to find true love. I've been in good relationships and I seem to push that away'

He said: ‘I want to find true happiness, I want to find true love. I’ve been in good relationships and I seem to push that away’

‘Everything I’ve achieved in life, it’s like who have I got to prove it to? No one. I would throw everything away to spend one hour with her.’

Joey revealed early on in the documentary that he often struggles with feeling lonely in his large Essex home which, when he purchased it five years ago, he expected he would be sharing with someone by now.

‘People just see me as this little Essex boy who is just like living the dream- made all the money in the world and had an easy life, silver spoon in my mouth, but no one really knows what’s going on inside my head,’ he said.

While he shot to popularity on TOWIE, after leaving his job at Billingsate Fish Market, Joey admitted he often felt overwhelmed by his new-found fame all the while still dealing with his grief ten years on – often getting panic attacks.

Touching upon the public perception of him, Joey acknowledged that people only know one side of him.

Honest: Joey admitted he entered into several relationships knowing they would never progress or pushing people away in order to protect himself

Honest: Joey admitted he entered into several relationships knowing they would never progress or pushing people away in order to protect himself

Honest: Joey admitted he entered into several relationships knowing they would never progress or pushing people away in order to protect himself

‘The past seven years no ones really seen me. People don’t really know who I am so sometimes it confuses me because I don’t really know who I am either.’

During the documentary Joey also came to the realisation he has been dealing with panic attacks and anxiety from a young age.

Recalling his experiences as a teenager, he told his therapist, Dr Stephen Blumenthal, that he used to get extremely hot and run around his house in a panic.

His father, Don, later revealed that he would run Joey a cold bath and once he cooled him down he was ‘back to normal again’ but had hoped his son had forgotten the experience as they had never discussed it before.

30: But after turning 30,  Joey stepped back and looked at his life and decided he wanted to 'stop wasting my own time'

30: But after turning 30,  Joey stepped back and looked at his life and decided he wanted to 'stop wasting my own time'

30: But after turning 30,  Joey stepped back and looked at his life and decided he wanted to ‘stop wasting my own time’

Joey’s anxiety as a child would also come to the surface in his sleep, when he would often wake up screaming and shouting ‘tell Mummy I love her’ repeatedly.

He admitted his mother’s death left him ‘torn to pieces’ and he often felt depressed, on several occasions taking himself to hospital convinced there was something wrong with him.

Touching on the moment he was told his mother had died, he said he can remember it ‘like it was yesterday’ because it is ‘a thought that will never go’.

‘Just hearing the words, “Mummy’s gone” was enough,’ he said. ‘I sort of just said to myself it isn’t true, like she’s coming back and I sort of believed that.’

Cousins: Speaking with his cousin Chloe, Joey admitted he struggles to give his heart out to women

Cousins: Speaking with his cousin Chloe, Joey admitted he struggles to give his heart out to women

Cousins: Speaking with his cousin Chloe, Joey admitted he struggles to give his heart out to women

Speaking his truth: Joey also spoke about the emotions he had kept buried about his mother, often in the past avoiding speaking openly about her

Speaking his truth: Joey also spoke about the emotions he had kept buried about his mother, often in the past avoiding speaking openly about her

Speaking his truth: Joey also spoke about the emotions he had kept buried about his mother, often in the past avoiding speaking openly about her

His therapy journey was not always easy, including one instance where he considered giving up on his sessions as he struggled to let Dr Blumenthal in.

In an emotional scene, he said: ‘I’ve never took it this serious so I’m finding it difficult. I don’t trust you and I’m getting frustrated I don’t know, I can’t even explain it, its f****** hard man. I just feel trapped. Just sometimes that’s how I feel.’

Wrapping up the final scenes from the emotional programme, Joey admitted he’s not certain what exactly people get out of therapy but felt he had noticed a difference in himself.

Father: From a young age, Joey explained that he would often get hot and run around his house in a panic and in a conversation his father, Don, (pictured together), revealed that he would run his son a cold bath and once he cooled him down he was 'back to normal again'

Father: From a young age, Joey explained that he would often get hot and run around his house in a panic and in a conversation his father, Don, (pictured together), revealed that he would run his son a cold bath and once he cooled him down he was 'back to normal again'

Father: From a young age, Joey explained that he would often get hot and run around his house in a panic and in a conversation his father, Don, (pictured together), revealed that he would run his son a cold bath and once he cooled him down he was ‘back to normal again’

‘I know for a fact I will never get over the trauma. I will live with that and that’s the way it is but I’ve started to talk about it, I’ve opened up about it, I can look at pictures I can finally do that which is huge.

‘I’m just proud and I’m glad that I faced it. I can live with it now and just keep moving. I can only take positives out of everything I’ve been through.’

Joey Essex: Grief And Me aired on BBC One at 9pm on June 3 and will be available on BBC Three on iPlayer from 6am.

If you have been affected by this story, you can call the Samaritans on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org. 

Closing scenes: Wrapping up the final scenes Joey admitted he's not certain what exactly people get out of therapy but felt he had noticed a difference in himself

Closing scenes: Wrapping up the final scenes Joey admitted he's not certain what exactly people get out of therapy but felt he had noticed a difference in himself

Closing scenes: Wrapping up the final scenes Joey admitted he’s not certain what exactly people get out of therapy but felt he had noticed a difference in himself

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