Stars have sent their condolences to Louis Tomlinson following news of his sister Félicité’s death, with Brian McFadden leading the tributes.
The aspiring fashion designer died of a suspected heart attack at 18 years old on Wednesday, according to reports. Her heartbreaking death comes after Louis’ mum Johanna passed away from leukaemia in 2016.
Westlife star Brian tweeted: ‘This is so sad. This boy has had it tough x.’
Malin, who lost her daughter Consy one month after she was born prematurely, added: ‘My heart goes out to Louis and his family.’
X Factor star Luke Friend reached out to Louis, telling the One Direction singer: ‘.@Louis_Tomlinson sending endless amounts of love and comfort to you my friend.’
The Sun reports Louis has been left ‘devastated and distraught’ by Félicité’s death. Sources close to Louis praised the teen as ‘loveable, caring, bright and beautiful’.
According to the publication, Félicité collapsed at her fourth-floor apartment in Earls Court, West London on Wednesday around lunchtime.
A person who was with her at the time called 999, with two ambulance crews attending the address. It was also reported ‘an experienced paramedic and a single responder medic’ attended the scene.
Resuscitation attempts were made, but she was pronounced dead at the scene.
Louis has reportedly pulled out of a Comic Relief performance following Félicité’s death. He was scheduled to perform during the Red Nose Day show on 15 March.
Sources added to The Sun: ‘Louis is obviously distraught at the loss of his sister,’ an insider revealed. ‘He has cancelled all promo, which includes his performance on Comic Relief this week.
‘It’s just the biggest tragedy and everyone wants to be there for Louis, who is the leader of his family since the loss of his mother and always there for all his siblings.’
The X Factor judge recently released his new single Two Of Us which is dedicated to his late mother Johannah.
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by – metro.co.uk