Ladies of London star and socialite Annabelle Neilson has reportedly died.
The exact details surrounding her passing were not immediately available, but a spokesperson for the London Metropolitan Police has confirmed to E! News that a person was "found deceased" at a residence belonging to Neilson on July 12.
This police representative declined to confirm the identity of the deceased person at this time, but mentioned that investigators are not currently treating it as a suspicious death.
Neilson rose to fame as a model, and was a member of the famed Primrose Hill set with Kate Moss and Sadie Frost in the 1990s. Their antics influenced fashion, with Neilson becoming closely associated with the late designer Alexander McQueen until his tragic death in 2010.
Neilson would later star in Ladies of London, a transatlantic reality series for US cable channel Bravo modelled on its hugely successful Real Housewives franchise.
The series followed Neilson, American model Caprice and socialites Juliet Angus, Marissa Hermer, Noelle Reno and Caroline Stanbury throughout their lavish exploits in the London social scene.
Ladies of London ran for three reasons on Bravo, before its cancellation in the spring of 2017. Neilson also penned a series of children's books during her time on Ladies of London.
She was previously married to banking heir Nat Rothschild in the 1990s, with whom she famously eloped in 1994. The couple would ultimately divorce three years later, and the socialite would go on to date Lord Edward Spencer-Churchill in more recent years.