Buckinghamshire residents have left more tributes in honour of TV doctor Michael Mosley,  who died whilst on holiday in Greece.

The 67-year-old, who lived in Beaconsfield, visited the island of Symi at the start of the month on a family holiday but was reported missing on June 5.

He had been with his wife, Clare, on St Nicholas Beach where he decided to head on a solo trek at around 1.30pm local time (11.30am British time).

However, concerns were raised when the presenter, journalist and podcaster failed to return to his accommodation that evening.

A huge search team involving helicopters, boats, and dogs were deployed for the ex-BBC presenter, in which he was found in the early hours of June 9.

His body was discovered by a Greek cameraman who was taking shots of the rescue team in action.

Following the sad news, many tributes have poured in for the doctor.

This includes several comments from our Bucks-based readers via social media.

Heather Wicks said: “So very sad, used to him cycling in Beaconsfield, went to his show at the Swan this year, feel for his family.”

Nikki Thoms said: “Very sad I wish he’d been found alive, I really do.

“At least his family can prepare for the next few days and have answers.

“God bless him and his family.”

Jamila Jan Tpf Amin added: “His wife was our family GP.

“Such a lovely lady.

“I can't imagine what she is going through.

“My sincere condolences to your Clare personally and your family.

“So saddened by this great loss. May he rest in peace.”

Toni Standing added: “His ‘Just One Thing’ has made quite a difference to my health.

“The green tea alone is enabling me to lose weight.”

Following his sudden passing, the BBC has confirmed they will air a ‘special tribute’ on Friday, June 14 at 8pm for the TV doctor.

It has also been confirmed that the 67-year-old ‘died of natural causes’ when out on his walk several hours after leaving his wife at the beach.

Footage reportedly found by a beach bar at Agia Marina shows what appears to be the TV doctor making his way down a rocky slope close to a fence before he falls out of view.

Willow Rose Deacon added: “Such sad news. Lovely man and enjoyed his style.

“My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time. RIP.”

Yvonne Forgette said: “What a sad end of life for a lovely man /doctor who went out of his way to help others to better their lives. My condolences to his family

“Rest in peace Dr Moseley you will be greatly missed.