Southern Charm star Olivia Flowers embraces her mourning family at brother’s funeral
Southern Charm star Olivia Flowers and her devastated were seen leaving the funeral of her brother Conner on Sunday at a ceremony in South Carolina.
Her beloved brother Conner died on January 30 at the age of just 32, but no cause of death has been made public.
Online tributes poured in for the ‘kind and selfless soul,’ as his family embraced one another at the service celebrating his life.
Olivia, along with her parents Garry and Robin and maternal grandparents Heyward and Barbara, were seen putting on a brave face and greeting friends, family and well wishers at First United Methodist Church on the Isle of Palms.
Flowers and her parents and the entire family held together and could be seen embracing the priest as they walked down the church steps after the service.
Southern Charm star Olivia Flowers and her devastated family laid her brother Conner to rest on Sunday at a ceremony in South Carolina
Family and friends exit Flowers’ funeral on Isle of Palms in South Carolina
Olivia greets well wishers outside the funeral; she and many others were emotional and wiping away tears
They walked down following Conner’s coffin, which was carried to the hearse by the pallbearers.
It was an emotional scene outside the church and the attendees could be seen hugging and wiping tears away from their eyes.
Olivia, 30, has yet to speak on her brother’s passing but fans have wished her condolences under her latest Instagram post.
The two siblings appeared to share a close relationship, often showing each other brotherly and sisterly affection on social media.
On Saturday, mourners were seen gathering together outside the chapel in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, bringing flowers and embracing one another amid the family tragedy.
Olivia could be spotted at one point looking distraught as she sat alone in a white Mercedes.
Other heartbroken loved ones were seen bundling up into one car and heading off to attend the viewing of Conner’s body.
Former Southern Charm star Thomas Ravenel revealed the news of Conner’s death in a recent post. Tributes then flowed on an obituary page.
Olivia along with her parents Garry and Robin and maternal grandparents Heyward and Barbara were seen at First United Methodist Church on the Isle of Palms
Gone too soon: Conner Flowers is said to have passed away on January 30 and a cause of death is not yet clear
Flowers and her parents could be seen embracing the priest as they walked down the church steps after the service
Olivia Flowers walks just ahead of her parents following the coffin down the church steps
Olivia and Conner with their parents Garry and Robin
In his tribute, Ravenel said: ‘RIP Conner Flowers 2/9/1990-1/30/2023.
You will be terribly missed by those to whom you were so kind and selfless. My sincerest sympathies to your broken-hearted family.’
A Legacy.com obituary page listed J. Henry Stuhr Mount Pleasant Chapel as the funeral home.
The mother of Southern Charm’s Taylor Ann Green was among three people to post a tribute on the site.
Leslie Green wrote on Wednesday: ‘Precious Olivia, Robin and Garry… please know how heartbroken we are for your unspeakable loss.
Olivia Flowers embraces the priest after the funeral
Olivia’s parents Garry and Robin are seen embracing the priest as her grandparents walk down the stairs
A man brings a bouquet of flowers out of hearse near the funeral
Olivia, 30, has yet to speak on her brother’s passing but fans have wished her condolences under her latest Instagram post
Olivia and father Garry speak to officials outside the hearse as they exit the funeral
Southern Charm star Olivia Flowers’ brother Conner dead at 32: Tributes pour out calling him ‘kind and selfless’
‘We are holding you in our hearts and prayers for the peace, comfort and strength of God to carry you through. With much love, Leslie and Rick Green (& all of Taylor Ann’s family).’
Another post from Natalie and Jonathan Stewart read: ‘We are lifting you all up in our prayers today and in the weeks and months to come.
‘Praying for peace and comfort… a peace that surpasses all understanding.
‘We love you Olivia and your family and loved ones will all be in our prayers.’
A person named Darla also shared comforting words, writing: ‘Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.’
A friend of Conner’s named Danny Colucci took to Instagram to share an old photo of them and write: ‘Scared to call people brother at this point,’ with a broken heart emoji.