LOUIS Tomlinson’s late sister’s last tweet has become an online shrine following her tragic death. It was confirmed Félicité had sadly
LOUIS Tomlinson’s late sister’s last tweet has become an online shrine following her tragic death.
It was confirmed Félicité had sadly passed away on Thursday night after a suspected cardiac arrest aged 18 years old, but almost three weeks prior to her death she shared an emotional tweet apologising for her social media silence.
Félicité – who has 407, 000 followers on Twitter – wrote: “Hi sorry I have been gone too long how are you all?”
Following the news of her passing, which comes three years after the death of her mother Johannah Deakin, the post has been liked over 5,000 times and flooded with heartfelt tributes to her.
One commented: “Rest in peace angel fly high with mama.”
A second wrote: “You’re gone forever but you’ll always be in our hearts and we know that you’re in the safe place now with your mum.”
A third added: “I’m heartbroken.”
A separate added to the thread: “Such a beautiful soul. Oh girl, I’m sure you lived intensely. I imagine you have suffered too. I hope you find light, peace. Our prayers are with you and your family, my sweetheart.”
Another shared their upset for Félicité’s family. They wrote: “Broken for Louis & his family.”
While multiple social media users shared how much they loved Félicité, and stated they will “miss her”.
The Instagram sensation – who boasted almost 1.5 million Instagram followers – most recent social media post on the photo-sharing site has also had an influx of heartfelt messages.
The selfie, uploaded four days ago, read: “Don’t know why I look so shocked.”
Instagrammers gushed: “Rest in peace”, while another wrote: “I can’t believe you’re gone. this is so heartbreaking. I love you. rest in peace angel.”
A fourth shared: “Rest in peace angel. Can’t believe you’re really gone but I know that you and your mum are together now and you’ll watch over your siblings.”
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One week before her death Félicité posted a cryptic message about kindness.
A separate selfie read: “Be f***ing kind to people”, but the comments were muted.
Félicité collapsed and died after a suspected heart attack at her fourth-floor studio apartment in Earls Court, West London, on Wednesday lunchtime, and her death is being treated as “unexplained”.
A full post-mortem examination will take place, as well as toxicology tests, will be carried out, but it is understood police found no signs of drugs at the address.
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