Tributes have been pouring in for Louis Tomlinson’s 18-year-old sister Félicité who has tragically passed away.
The teenager was found dead at her home in London on Wednesday afternoon.
It is understood that the 18-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest at her flat in Earl's Court, west London.
Félicité Tomlinson was taken from the world too early, rest in peace angel x pic.twitter.com/faAsYVapTB— princess (@campexcellence) March 14, 2019
The former One Direction singer is said to be heartbroken by the untimely loss of his little sister.
According to The Sun, the Back For You singer has been left "devastated and distraught" by the death of his sister.
Félicité was described as "lovable, caring, bright and beautiful".
Rest In Peace Felicite Tomlinson— Radio1D (@Radio1Direction) March 14, 2019
Our hearts are with your family and friends at this hard time pic.twitter.com/Qn4Pm4CmIp
Louis lost his mum Johannah to leukaemia in December 2016. She was only 43-years-old.
His fans have been paying tribute to Louis and his family who have experienced too much tragedy in the past few years.
One wrote: “Two years after the death of his mother, Louis Tomlinson’s 18 year old sister Felicite has died of an unexplained heart attack. This is horrendous. How much tragedy can one family take?”
Another said: “my heart is BROKEN for félicité and the Tomlinson family. She was such a beautiful, kind and courageous girl.”
BREAKING The most devastating news. Louis Tomlinson's sister Félicité - a social media influencer - has been found dead at her home in London after a suspected heart attack. She was just 18-years-old https://t.co/3qGLRgbzx6 pic.twitter.com/1Pdk2CYbs6— Dan Wootton (@danwootton) March 14, 2019
“Félicité Tomlinson was a beautiful soul who was nothing but kind to others around her. We are absolutely devastated and heartbroken for the family and everyone who is suffering from her loss,” one wrote.
Louis has pulled out of tonight’s Comic Relief show due to the untimely passing of his sister.
Our thoughts are with Louis and his family during this harrowing time.