'Gogglebox' star Sandra Martin loses another loved one days after sister-in-law's death from coronavirus

Sandra Martin has shared that both her sister-in-law and her sister-in-law's daughter have passed away. (PA)

Former Gogglebox star Sandra Martin has shared that another of her loved ones has passed, days after her sister-in-law died after contracting COVID-19.

On Wednesday, the 58-year-old took to social media to post a photo of her tear-stained face as she told her Twitter followers her sister-in-law's daughter had died.

Martin, who is currently staying with her daughter in Brixton, said she "wished" she could be with her brother.

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"It's killing me, everyone is dying daily," she wrote.

Martin did not disclose the cause of her sister-in-law’s daughter’s death.

The sad news comes after the TV personality told followers her brother’s wife had passed from the virus, as had her "good friend" Moses.

She told Metro.co.uk that her uncle had died as a result of the coronavirus as well as a friend's father too.

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"My friend’s dad died first, then my brother’s wife died, my uncle died and my good friend from Brixton died, it is all so tragic. What is going on?" the star commented.

Sandra Martin (left) and Sandy Channer from Gogglebox attend the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards at the Theatre Royal, London.

Martin added to the publication that her sister-in-law had underlying health issues before her death.

She has said she's "very afraid" of the virus and has urged others to do their bit and stay inside if they can.

In an interview with Sky News, she remarked: "Of course I'm afraid. I don't want to die now, I'm 58. I'm very afraid, that's why I don't go nowhere.

"I'm very afraid because people are just dropping off like flies."