Stars Reach Out To Louis Tomlinson After The Death Of His Sister

Stars Reach Out To Louis Tomlinson After The Death Of His Sister

Ambulances were called to her flat in west London on Wednesday afternoon after she appeared to have suffered a cardiac arrest, but medics were unable to save her. Felicite - who was known as Fizzy - was an aspiring fashion designer and influencer with over a million followers on Instagram. Félicité had a large following of her own on Instagram, where she occasionally shared photos of herself with Louis and their other siblings.

Louis was reportedly set to perform "Two of Us", his latest single dedicated to his mom, Johannah Deakin, who died of leukemia in 2016. She was 43. See some of the messages of condolence being sent to Tomlinson below.

Felicite Tomlinson attends "The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" screening on March 15, 2015 in London, England. "Love to you brother I'm so sorry and my prayers are with you". A person who was with her at the time called 999 (the United Kingdom version of 911), and emergency responders quickly arrived on the scene.

Louis' younger sibling passed away at the age of 18 after suffering a suspected heart attack.

In a statement, Scotland Yard said: "Police were called by London Ambulance Service at 12.52 on Wednesday, March 13 to a residential address. following reports of a female in cardiac arrest".

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The 18-year-old's death is now being treated as "unexplained".

Her last post was just four days ago.

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American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth said he is sending "prayers" to Tomlinson and added: "I can't imagine how hard it is right now".