George Shelley's sister passes away

George Shelley's sister passes away

George Shelley's Union J bandmates have paid heartbreaking tributes to his younger sister who has tragically died following a vehicle crash.

It was announced on Saturday night that Harriet had sadly passed away, after being struck down by a vehicle in a tragic accident last week.

Although X Factor star, George, 23, is yet to speak about the heartbreaking death, tributes have poured in for the Shelley family with hundreds of fans taking to Twitter to send their condolences.

On Saturday night a family friend told the Sun Online that Ms Shelley had since tragically died.

The 21-year-old suffered severe head injuries in the incident, on April 28.

Harriet Shelley, 21, died on Saturday after she was struck by a vehicle on April 28.

Previously, Toni thanked everybody for their support, saying earlier this week: "She was hit by a vehicle".

"She's very poorly but she's stable", Toni told The Sun.

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"Everybody at the hospital has been awesome, they have been working 24/7 to make she is alright".

I would like to thank everyone in Clevedon for praying for our daughter.

His former bandmates have also shared their own tributes, with Josh Cuthbert writing: 'Heartbroken about the news of Harriet Shelley.

"George and the entire family are devastated and heartbroken at the loss of their beloved, handsome Harriet", a family statement read. "They have been holding church services, Bristol's Buddhist Centre has also been helping - everybody across different religions have been so fantastic".

Harriet had just graduated with a midwifery degree.

George has not yet commented.

The former Union J singer, who also appeared in I'm A Celebrity, has received some tragic family news.

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