Louis Tomlinson’s oldest sister Lottie has paid tribute to their younger sibling, Felicite, who died in early March.
‘Fizzy, my baby sister, my best friend. I’m incomplete without you, I’m empty. I can’t picture my life without you,’ she shared on Instagram.
‘I wish we could have lived life together for a little longer. Mama needed you and you needed her, you’re finally together again. I love you always, Dotty x.’
Felicite, 18, was found dead on Wednesday at her home in west London, following a suspected heart attack.
Louis, 27, is yet to speak out publicly on Felicite’s passing.
The Tomlinson family have endured much grief in the last two years with their mum Johannah losing her battle with cancer in November 2017.
Daisy Tomlinson was the first family member to speak out on Felicite’s death, and posted a sweet photo of the siblings during their childhood on Instagram, alongside a lengthy message.
After revealing it was the fourth time she had tried to write the tribute, Daisy said: ‘No words will come close to explaining how broken I am, once again. My precious sister.’
Up and coming singer Yungblud recalled fond memories of his good friend, Felicite, describing the youngster as a ‘special girl’.
The 11 Minutes singer and Felicite grew up in Doncaster together, and speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk, Yungblud fondly recalled Felicite’s kindness and how supportive she was of his career before he shot to fame.
Yungblud, real name Dominic Harrison, said: ‘She was a very special girl and a very big role model for women, I couldn’t believe it.’
The 20-year-old rocker reveals that Felicite was on the guestlist for his show at London’s Electric Ballroom last Friday, which took place just two days after she died. He continued: ‘It’s fucking so shit.’
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