Louis Tomlinson's heartbroken twin sisters pen emotional tributes to Félicité: 'Mummy needed you'

Natasha Sporn

Louis Tomlinson’s heartbroken sisters have paid emotional tributes to their late sister Félicité after her death last Wednesday.

Félicité, 18, died of a suspected heart attack when she collapsed outside her home in Earl’s Court, West London.

The sad loss comes two years after their mum Johannah Deakin passed away after suffering from leukaemia. She was 43.

On Sunday, 14-year-old twins Daisy and Phoebe shared snaps of Félicité as a young child and penned heartfelt tributes to the aspiring fashion designer.

“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,” wrote Phoebe.

“I pray that you’re in a better place now. We love you like you wouldn’t believe. Fly high my beautiful sister.”

Phoebe regaled her memories of Félicité throughout her post, reminiscing over Félicité’s “storytelling” skills and remembering nights they spent in bunk beds.

Daisy wrote: “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.”

The teenager said she was “frightened and feeling alone” in the wake of her loss, saying that she can still hear her voice around her.

“I have two angels now, watching over me. I can’t wait to make you both so proud of me,” she concluded.

Police and London Ambulance were called to a residential address in West London shortly before lunch time last Wednesday. Despite the best efforts of paramedics, Félicité was pronounced dead at the scene.

Louis pulled out of a planned performance of Two Of Us – a song written in tribute to his late mum – on Comic Relief last Friday following his younger sister’s death.