CBBC Star Chelsie Whibley Cause Of Death: How Did Chelsie Whibley Die?

CBBC Star Chelsie Whibley Cause Of Death: How Did Chelsie Whibley Die? All you need to know about the death of the actress.

The actress is best known for starring in Dani’s House and Sadie J.

She also starred in pantomime, starring House of Cards star Kate Mara.

CBBC Star Chelsie Whibley Cause Of Death: How Did Chelsie Whibley Die?

Born in 1992, Chelsie rushed to a hospital in Southampton on Saturday 2 April 2022 and died around 2.45pm at the age of 29 following a long battle with cystic fibrosis.

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“This morning Chelsie took a rapid turn for the worse and became unresponsive,” her husband Glyn announced on social media.

“It is with deepest regret that I have to inform everyone that our dearest beautiful Chelsie sadly passed away this afternoon at 2.45pm.

“It was very quick and she was not in any pain. I know you will all want to send your condolences but we ask to please limit it to comments below in this very distressing time.”

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He later posted a heartfelt tribute to his wife on social media and said the situation feels like a “terrible dream”.

“I cannot put into words the heartbreak I am now feeling without you here. Waking up without you by my side just feels so wrong and I’m waiting to realise that this is all just a terrible dream… but sadly I know it is not.”

He added: “From the first time we met I knew that this day would come but I knew you were the one I wanted to spend my life with… and it has been an incredible life… one that I would not change for anything in the world.”

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He praised his wife for being an “inspiration to me and so many others, with such vigour and determination to prove the doctors wrong and keep living on”.

Cystic fibrosis is an incurable and life-limiting genetic condition that affects almost 11,000 people in the UK.

Source: Kingaziz.com

Source: Kingaziz.com