Girlfriend magazine reported at the time that two ambulance crews rushed to the aspiring fashion designer home, along with an experienced paramedic and a single responder medic in a car.
Despite huge efforts to resuscitate Félicité, she was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police found no signs of drugs in the house.
At the time, Louis was working in London. He was informed of her death on Wednesday night.
Upon hearing the tragic news, a source close to the family said: “Félicité was an absolutely adored young woman who was loved by Louis and her whole family.
“They are all totally devastated, as you can imagine.
“She had so many friends and was such a positive happy person. It’s a massive loss to the world.
“She was a loveable, caring, bright, passionate, popular and beautiful young lady.”
Félicité’s tragic death came just two years after her mother Johannah Deakin, died of cancer at age 43.
In April, Louis broke his silence on the tragedy tweeting: “Just wanted to thank everyone for their lovely words over the past couple of weeks,” Louis wrote to his followers. “Back in the studio today to vocal something I wrote a few months ago. Sending you all loads of love x.”
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