"You were my best friend, sister, motivator and person that could make me laugh until I cried."
That was the message from Phoebe Tomlinson, whose older sister Felicite was found dead last week at the age of 18.
Felicite, the sister of One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson, was an aspiring fashion designer who had 1.3 million followers on Instagram.
Felicite and Louis lost their mum Johannah to leukaemia in 2016.
Daisy and Phoebe Tomlinson, who are 14 and twins, paid tribute to their sister on Instagram.
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Words don’t even begin to describe how shocked and broken hearted we all are. You were my best friend, sister, motivator and person that could make me laugh until I cried. I’m lost without you and the thought of never seeing you again scares me like you wouldn’t believe. I will love you forever and ever and you and mama will have a place in my heart until the day I die. Please tell me your watching over us and that you will always remember the way we all laughed together. Our memories will stay with me forever. We made so many. I remember me, Dais, Lotts and you all sleeping in the same room on two bunk beds and we’d chat all night about random things that made us giggle. You were the best at story telling. Mummy needed you and you desperately needed her. I’m so glad your together now and she has you to rub her feet in heaven like you used to. I pray that you’re in a better place now. We love you like you wouldn’t believe. Fly high my beautiful sister 👼🏼
"Mummy needed you and you desperately needed her," Phoebe wrote.
Both sisters talked about their mum in their tribute posts.
Daisy said: "Mama needed you. I hope you are happier up there with her.
"I have two angels now, watching over me."
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this is the fourth time I’ve tried to write this. No words will come close to explaining how broken I am, once again. My precious sister. My heart is bleeding. I keep imagining and praying they have the wrong person. Not my sister, my best friend. it was only a few weeks ago that we were sat on the sofa bed at 3am drinking tea, eating French fries and chatting about the future. You told me about all your plans. We were excited. I pushed you away when you tried cuddling me, I thought I would have so many more chances to do that. I would cuddle you a million times over if you were still here, with me. Protecting me from this cruel world. I can still feel your arms wrapping around my waist and your lips kissing my head. I can hear your voice. I want to hold you, keep you safe. Tell you how much you meant to me and how much I adored you. I’m frightened without you. You’ve left me feeling alone. Mama needed you. i hope you are happier up there with her. make sure you don’t forget about us. keep us in your conversations. i have two angels now, watching over me. i can’t wait to make you both so proud of me.
Scotland Yard said police were called by London Ambulance Service at 12:52 on Wednesday 13 March to a residential address following reports of a woman having a cardiac arrest.
"A female believed to be aged 18 was pronounced dead at the scene," the statement said.
It added: "A post-mortem examination will take place in due course."
A person who was with Felicite called 999, according to The Sun newspaper.
Such incredibly sad news today. You’re not on your own in this @Louis_Tomlinson So many people are pulling for you and your family right now x— James Corden (@JKCorden) March 15, 2019
Louis released a song earlier this month which was inspired by the grief he felt over his mum's death. It includes the lyrics: "I'll be living one life for the two of us."
"It was something I needed to get off my chest," the 27-year-old told Radio 1 Newsbeat at the time.
"I used to lean on my mum for a lot of things - anytime I needed advice on something she would be the first call I made."
The Doncaster native said playing the song to his sisters for the first time was "tough" because he "didn't want them to get caught up in the sadness".
But, he said, "as their big brother if I can sing those words it'll hopefully help them too".