Louis Tomlinson, an excomponent of the boyband one Direction, has suffered a heavy blow. The 27-year-old singer has lost his sister, Félicité, 18. The young woman has died in her home in London due to allegedly a heart attack. The city police found her lifeless in her apartment last Wednesday and the family is waiting for the autopsy results. The Ambulance Service in the British capital said in a statement: "They called Us at 12.51 and sent two ambulances, a response service in a car and a paramedic. Unfortunately, in spite of the efforts of the medical personnel, one person died. According To Some British media, it is an "inexplicable death" because no drugs or any substance were found at home.
Louis, who was working when he was informed of what happened, is currently "shattered and dismayed", have reported some sources to the newspaper The Sun. The News of the death of his sister arrives almost three years after the mother of the singer, Johannah Deakin, died at 42 years by a leukemia. In Addition to Félicité, Louis has five other siblings: Lottie, 20, the twins Daisy and Phoebe, 14, and another pair of twins of 4, Ernest and Doris.
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The Singer, who is also sworn in the British edition of the talent competition Factor X, was to present his new single Solo, Two of Us, in Comic relief, a solidarity program in which funds are raised for a charitable cause Which is broadcast on the BBC, but has cancelled its attendance.
Félicité Tomlinson was an influencer that had more than 1.4 million Followers in Instagram, where he showed his passion for fashion and his dream of being a designer. "I Don't know why I look so surprised," he wrote in his last post published on the social network in which he climbed a selfie. The comments of the image have been filled in the last hours of support to his family.
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