Louis Tomlinson's sister, Felicite, died at the age of 18. (Photo: Getty)
Félicité Tomlinson, the eighteen-year-old sister of One Direction star Louis Tomlinson, passed away at the age of 18, USA TODAY confirmed.
AnnMarie Thomson, a representative for the British pop star, confirmed the reports.
Second The sun, Félicité collapsed Wednesday afternoon at its fourth-floor studio apartment in west London. The social media influencer, who had 1.3 million followers on Instagram, published for the last time on Sunday 10 March, sharing a shot of herself sitting in her London apartment.
"I don't know why I'm so shocked," he wrote in the caption.
The tragic news comes two years after the death of the brothers' mother, Johanna Deakin, who died at the age of 43 following a battle against cancer. Louis, who was to perform at the BBC concert on Thursday, has not yet released a comment.
At the concert, Tomlinson had planned to perform his new song "Two of Us", written as a tribute to his late mother and published a week ago.
Tomlinson told BBC Radio that the emotional song was "something I needed to get out of my chest" and explained how difficult it was to play for his three sisters, including Félicité, because he didn't want them to "get into the sadness of it" .
Sample text of the song:
You'll never know how much I miss you
The day they caught you, I wish it were me
But once you told me: "Don't give up
You can do it day by day "
And the diamonds do not turn into dust or fade away
So I'll keep you day and night, here until the day I die
I will live a life for the two of us
I will be the best of me, I will always keep you close to me
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