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Louis Tomlinson suffers another tragic loss after his sister Félicité (18) dies

2019-03-15 09:15
 

Cape Town – Louis Tomlinson's family have suffered another tragic loss after his sister, Félicité was pronounced dead on Wednesday.

E! News confirms the 18-year-old social media influencer collapsed after a suspected heart attack at her apartment in London.

According to the report Félicité was pronounced dead at the scene after London Ambulance Services responded to a call about a female in cardiac arrest.

A statement from the Metropolitan Police Service reads: "Police are in the process of informing her next of kin. At this stage the death is being treated as unexplained. A post-mortem examination will take place in due course."

The devastating news comes just over two years after Louis and Félicité's mom lost her battle with leukemia.

Johannah Deakin died on 7 December 2016 after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of the cancer earlier that year.

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Félicité's death also comes a week after former One Direction member Louis released an emotional song, dedicated to his mom.

In the song, titled Two of Us, Louis sings directly to Johannah, telling her how much he misses her and how he is living his life for the both of them.

LISTEN TO THE SONG HERE:

Félicité was one of Louis' four half-sisters - Lottie, Félicité and twins Daisy and Phoebe - from his mother Johannah Poulston's marriage to Mark Tomlinson, who's last name Louis adopted as his own. They also have half-twin-siblings Ernest and Doris Deakin from his mother's marriage to Danial Deakin.

Louis also has half-sister, Georgia, from his father Troy Austin's second marriage.

Félicité shared a photo of herself and her siblings on Instagram in December, captioning the snap: "Family"

SEE THE PIC HERE:

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Family ??

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