X Factor decide Louis Tomlinson is mourning the tragic loss of life of his 18-year-old sister simply over two years after their mom's passing.
News broke late on Thursday (March 14) that Louis's teenage sister Félicité — often called Fizzy to her more than 1 million Instagram followers — collapsed and later died after a suspected coronary heart assault in her West London house on Wednesday (March 13), studies The Sun.
While Félicité was not named in an effort to shield her household's privateness, a spokesperson for the London Ambulance Service advised the publication: “We had been known as at 12.51pm. We despatched two ambulance crews, a single responder in a automotive and a complicated paramedic to the scene.
“Sadly, regardless of efforts of our medics, an individual died.”
In mild of the tragedy, Tomlinson has reportedly dropped out of a scheduled look on the BBC's Comic Relief telethon on Friday night time (March 15). RecordsOnRepeat has reached out to the BBC for affirmation, and to Tomlinson's personal representatives.
Aspiring designer Félicité was certainly one of Louis's six siblings. Just this previous week, the previous One Direction singer launched the brand new single 'Two Of Us', an emotional ballad about his mum Johannah Deakin's battle with most cancers.
Deakin passed away at the age of 42 in December 2016 after battling leukaemia. At the time of her loss of life, her household described her as "firstly a very superb mom to seven youngsters" in a public assertion.
Tomlinson carried out a shifting tribute to his mum solely days after her loss of life on The X Factor, with his One Direction bandmates watching from the wings. Watch it under: