Drew Carey attends the aftermath of ex Amie Harwick as he continues to mourn the loss of the sex therapist
A grieving Drew Carey continued to mourn the loss of his ex-fiancé Amie Harwick as he went to her wake on Thursday.
The dreary TV host, 61, wore completely black when he walked in Huff & Lakjer mourning center in Lansdale, Pennsylvania with fellow mourning.
Carey seemed sad when he approached the funeral home with his eyes down.
Harwick, 38, died when she was allegedly strangled and thrown from a third story balcony by an ex-boyfriend.
Gareth Pursehouse, 41, has since been arrested, accused of murder and accused of strangling her before the fall.
A grieving Drew Carey continued to mourn the loss of his ex-fiancé Amie Harwick as he went to her vigil in Pennsylvania on Thursday
Carey, who had been engaged to Harwick for less than a year in 2018, still had nothing but praise for the sex therapist as he reflected on their relationship in a recent episode of his SiriusXM show, Drew Carey’s Friday night freak-out.
“In September 2018, I had a beautiful, wonderful, best relationship of my life with a woman named Amie Harwick,” Carey said.
“She was a sex therapist and a mental health advocate. She had a Ph.D. and a Masters Degree, and was beautiful and fun and cared a lot about improving people and their lives and was just a pleasure to chat with. I was so in love with her, “he added.
The Price Is Right host remembered all the precious memories they shared after he made a music playlist especially for her.
The dreary TV presenter, 61, was completely black when he walked in with fellow grieving people at the Huff & Lakjer funeral home in Lansdale, Pennsylvania.
He said, “This week I said,” Hey, I made you a set. ” And she said, “Oh really?” and I said, “Yes.” I played it for her and she tore up. “
The Price is Right host added that the couple “always played this music for each other.”
“We would sing the words into each other’s ears. We would hold each other and dance to it in the kitchen and dance slowly in the bathroom, and in the office, living room or where we were, “Carey said.
“I would hold her and we would keep our hands in the car and listen to it. We would sing for each other.
Mourners gathered around Carey when they prepared to say goodbye to the sex therapist
“All these songs were so important to us and I want to play them for you, so you can hear how much we loved each other through these songs.”
Although their engagement ended in 2018, Carey described his continuing love for the sex therapist.
Carey said: ‘I just want to say that I am so apart. Even after we broke up, we still loved each other very much.
“Although we had broken the engagement, I was still so in love with her. And she loved me too.
Carey seemed sad when he approached the funeral home with his eyes down
“I could never hear these songs again without thinking of her, so this next set is for Amie Harwick, a beautiful person who didn’t deserve to die like her. I loved her very much. “
Tapings from The Price Is Right were postponed after Harwick’s death, and Carey said he would probably take some free time to film the show to mourn.
“I may take a few weeks off because I really don’t have the opportunity to work or entertain anyone, but I wanted to get this set there for her and just show how I loved her,” Carey said.
Harwick graduated from Pepperdine University and published the book The New Sex Bible For Women in 2014.
A few months before their engagement, Drew shared a selfie of the couple beaming in a car.
“The face of a lottery winner (L);” he endorsed it, referring to himself.
Carey, who was engaged to Harwick for less than a year in 2018, described his lasting love for her in a recent episode of his SiriusXM show
Harwick was a sex therapist who wrote the book 2014, The New Sex Bible For Women
Loved up: Carey said his relationship with Hardwick was the “best relationship of my life.”
Gareth Pursehouse, 41, has since been arrested, charged with murder, and charged with strangling Harwick before the fall.