‘I don’t want to come home’: How distressed Robin Windsor made tearful CALL to a friend just two weeks before his death

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A little over two weeks ago, while in South Africa Robin Windsor made a tearful call to a friend.

‘I don’t want to come home,’ the former Strictly Come Dancing star confessed. ‘I want to stay for a few more days.’

Robin’s friend, sensed that the dancer, then 8,000 miles from his home in London, was deeply distressed.

However, the true extent of the star’s torment became clear only Tuesday morning, when it emerged he had died aged 44.

Robin travelled to Africa in January to perform on a Fred Olsen cruise. The trip was a particular relief to him, given that he suffered a troubling incident over the New Year.

What Happened to Him Over New Year?

‘He kept saying that something had happened over New Year but he wouldn’t say what it was,’ the friend said.

‘He sounded absolutely traumatised – whatever had happened must have been truly awful.’

In the coming days, Robin did, however, return to London, where he was found dead in a hotel.

Instagram photos posted just weeks earlier show Robin enjoying a safari as well as the sunny beaches of Cape Town. But the dancer’s smiles belied his emotional anguish.

In-between His Emotional Anguish

On January 14, Robin wrote online: ‘Remember, when something goes wrong in the circus, they send in the clowns to distract the audience. Well, something has gone very wrong with this circus and the clowns are everywhere.’

More recently on Facebook, he thanked those who had ‘reached out’ to him, admitting that it had been a ‘trying time’ but insisting: ‘Things are looking up.’

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Cause of Robin Windsor’s Death

While the cause of Robin’s death has yet to be confirmed, his close friend and former Strictly co-star Kristina Rihanoff hinted that he may have taken his own life.

She wrote online: ‘There are no words to express the pain.

‘Robin wasn’t just my dance partner, he was a friend and together we shared endless experiences from our career highlights to hitting rock bottom of rejection. Many of you, who went to see his farewell tour, know perfectly well that he spoke very openly about his mental health struggles and thoughts of suicide.

‘I’m sure it was devastating for anyone who loves Robin to hear that, but those thoughts were in his head for many years… Too much pain, too much disappointment, too much neglect.’

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