Louis Tomlinson breaks silence for the first time since his sister Félicité's death

18 April 2019, 13:19

Louis Tomlinson visits at Kiss FM Studio.
Louis Tomlinson visits at Kiss FM Studio. Picture: Getty
Jazmin Duribe

By Jazmin Duribe

"Sending you all loads of love."

Louis Tomlinson has broken his social media silence for the first time since his sister Félicité Tomlinson's death aged 18.

Félicité passed away on March 13, after she collapsed at her apartment in London. Louis' rep later confirmed she'd had a heart attack.

The former One Direction singer has now spoken out on Twitter and thanked his fans for their support, before confirming he is throwing himself back into music.

View this post on Instagram

Family ❤️

A post shared by Félicité Tomlinson (@felicitegrace) on

"Just wanted to thank everyone for their lovely words over the past couple of weeks," he tweeted. "Back in the studio today to vocal something I wrote a few months ago. Sending you all loads of love x."

He followed it up with another tweet a few hours later, that read: "Hypersonic missiles- Sam Fender absolute monster of a tune!"

The news of Louis' sisters passing really hit home for his fans, who have been doing everything they can to support him.

Only two years ago, Louis' mother Johannah Deakin lost her battle with leukemia, and he released a song called "Two of Us" in his mother's memory – just two days before Félicité's death.

Louis was meant to perform the tribute single at Comic Relief, but after his sister's death he understandably dropped out of the performance.