We have some heartbreaking news, you guys. Louis Tomlinson‘s younger sister Félicité has unfortunately passed away. The One Direction singer’s rep confirmed the news to J-14.

The social media star, also known as Fizzy, was found dead in her apartment on Wednesday, March 13. She was only 18 years old, and her shocking passing comes only two years after the family lost their mom, Johannah Deakin, to leukemia.

According to The Sun, an ambulance was called after the fashion designer collapsed during lunchtime on Wednesday. It was reported that she was pronounced dead on the scene, despite medics trying to revive her. Although her death has been ruled as “unexplained” at this stage, it’s believed that the young star suffered from a heart attack. No drugs were found at the scene.

The “Back To You” crooner has reportedly canceled his Comic Relief performance, which was set to take place on Friday, March 15.

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Louis was set to perform his new single, “Two Of Us,” which is about losing his mom.

“So I will keep you, day and night, here until the day I die / I’ll be living one life for the two of us / I will be the best of me, always keep you next to me,” the heartbreaking lyrics read. “Even when I’m on my own, I know I won’t be alone / Tattooed on my heart are the words of your favorite song / I know you’ll be looking down, swear I’m gonna make you proud / I’ll be living one life for the two of us.”

The 27-year-old has been pretty open about how hard his mom’s tragic passing has been for him and his family.

“I have got to make her proud. It’s those things that really keep me going. It’s been a crazy 24 months and a hell of a lot to deal with for someone of my age,” he told Metro back in 2017. “Enormous tragedies affect people in different ways. I’m lucky that my mum brought me up to be pretty thick-skinned. There is never any time in my job to sit and feel sorry for myself. I always want to keep going and keep fighting. Of course, at times it is as difficult as it possibly could be… It genuinely makes me a stronger person and creatively it gives me so much depth. I think I am coping as well as I could do, to be honest.”

Our thoughts are with the Tomlinson family at this time.

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