Pregnant celebrity dies with her unborn child
Nicole Thea who was a British YouTube star died with her baby on July 11. The celebrity was just 24 years old when she passed on.
Nicole is known for all her beautiful dance moves on YouTube.
According to a statement issued on her Instagram page, the celebrity passed away on Saturday morning with her child. It was also mentioned that she was only few weeks away from her due delivery date.
What caused the death of the YouTube star was however not revealed. She already had some YouTube videos that she wanted to upload on YouTube but died before she could. Her partner Boga, who is also the father of the baby, has however made a rather painful decision that the videos should be uploaded.
The family has asked for privacy from the public because of their broken hearts.
Her last post on Instagram was of her taking a selfie.
Our condolences are with her partner and family. May their gentle souls rest in perfect peace. Amen.
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