Louis Tomlinson’s new song takes on tragic meaning after sister dies

In the wake of Louis Tomlinson’s sister Félicité’s tragic death aged just 18, his new single Two Of Us, about the loss of a loved one, has taken on an emotional new meaning.

The new song from the One Direction star is dedicated to his late mother Joannah Deakin who passed away in 2016 following a battle with leukaemia.

Just two years on, the star has now lost his younger sister Félicité with reports she passed away on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack.

The track which has moved fans to tears was scheduled to be performed on TV for the first time on Comic Relief on Friday, but Louis his since cancelled his appearance.

With lyrics including “The day that they took you, I wish it was me instead”, the song tackles the grief he felt following the death of his beloved mother.

Other lines include: “You’ll never know how much I miss you,” and “I’ll be living one life for the two of us.”

Later on in the song, more emotional lyrics include: “I know you’ll be waiting, I’ll see you again,” followed by: “I know you’ll be looking down, swear I’m gonna make you proud,”

Speaking in a podcast for The Sun just last week, Louis said of the words: “That specific message I know is hard-hitting but is also a universal feeling through grief.”

Now, the words bare even more tragedy as the star copes with another devastating family loss.

Louis took to his Twitter account on Monday to thank fans for streaming Two Of Us.

He said to his 33.2 million followers: “Just another massive thank you to anyone who’s bought or streamed the single! You’re all incredible!”

One Direction fans have since been left shocked by the news of Félicité’s passing, calling the single “twice as heartbreaking”.

The Sun claims Louis has been left “devastated and distraught” by his sibling’s death, which is being treated as “unexplained” at this time with a post-mortem examination yet to take place.

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