Matty Lock’s final social media post before his death showed him serving his community.
It was confirmed earlier this week that the TV personality, who was also a politician and advocate, had died at the age of 19.
Lock was a member of the Labour Party in Sefton and Merseyside before being elected as a Maghull town councillor.
Lydiate’s teen was also a parish councillor.
He was also well-known for his appearances on the ITV breakfast show, which he began when he was two years old and included him reviewing and sharing his love of vacuum cleaners.
His most recent web images have highlighted his communal spirit.
Last month, he was observed cleaning up the neighbourhood with a coworker.
While the majority of the images showed the places he was working on, one showed him smiling with a coworker while wearing a high-vis pink vest.
He wrote: ‘Great work by Cllr Ken Hughes clearing the subway today, we have washed the walls and cut the hedges.’
Lock sold about 300 devices to cleaning businesses, individual households, and his professors while he was just 13 years old in 2018.
Following the issuance of a statement by This Morning following the news of his passing, Holly Willoughby and Dermot O’Leary paid an emotional homage to him on Monday’s edition.
‘He was a much-loved member of our team who never failed to bring joy and warmth to our studio,’ she began.
‘With an infectious passion for gadgets and technology, it was truly unique.’
‘Bless him, his love of vacuum cleaners started when he was just two years old, he received his first toy Henry,’ Dermot added.
‘He went onto become a politician, a campaigner and a much-loved member of the show.’
Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner was among those who expressed their sorrow.
In a post on X, formerly Twitter, she wrote: ‘Incredibly sad news, Matty did so much for his community. My love and prayers are with his friends and family.’
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV1.
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