Chelsie was reported missing in the early hours of Monday morning after leaving her fat in High Street, Gorleston-on-Sea, in Norfolk.
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In a Facebook post on March 28, Chelsie said that she had "really underestimated this current situation" as she spoke about her life in the coronavirus lockdown.
She admitted in the post that she found the current pandemic "scarier by the day."
She wrote: "I really underestimated this current situation, and I never really make a Facebook post but I wanted to tonight.
"I don’t watch the news because I think it makes me feel worse but I see things and read about them online and it gets scarier by the day.
"I think everyone is going through something at the moment even if it means just being lonely for a second.
"I hope all of my friends and family are safe, and I hope everyone is keeping well.
"I am only a message away if anyone ever wants a chat, these times only make you think about what is important."
In the comments underneath, her mother Dawn Howell urged her to move back home if she felt lonely.
She wrote: "Don’t be lonely, see if someone will have your cat and come here", and added: "I worry about you."
But Chelsie replied: "I’m not lonely! I just meant if anyone is."
On Wednesday, Norfolk Police said they were standing down searches as CCTV footage showed Chelsie walking towards the pier.
Police say their enquiries has lead them to believe the 23-year-old entered the water.
Mum Dawn said on Tuesday that for Chelsie to go missing was "very out of the ordinary as she is the most bubbliest person."
“I cannot get my head around this," she said. "She really is so happy and cheerful.
"I’ve got no idea at all why she might have gone missing. We were texting last night and she seemed absolutely fine."
Great Yarmouth policing commander, Superintendent Mike Britton, said: "We've carried out extensive local searches involving dedicated search teams, dog units, National Police Air Service, the coastguard, RNLI and Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue and the coastguard helicopter.
"Unfortunately, there has been no sign of Chelsie and she hasn't used her bank accounts or social media accounts since the early hours of Monday morning.
"This, combined with CCTV inquiries, leads us to believe the most likely scenario is that she has entered the water.
"We've spoken to Chelsie's family and updated them on the investigation so far.
"This is clearly a distressing time for them and we will continue to keep them updated of the ongoing work in this case.
"I would like to take the opportunity to thank the local community for their support in raising awareness of Chelsie's disappearance and supporting her family, but ask that they continue to observe the Government restrictions on movement."
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