Tributes have poured in to commemorate the tragic loss of acting star Tabby Brown, who died this weekend aged just 38.
The on-screen star – and ex-girlfriend to several major footballers, including England and Chelsea's Raheem Stirling and Italy's Adana Demirspor striker Mario Balotelli – featured in the likes of adverts for Canon, Virgin Atlantic, AXE and Lynx.
She also starred in Channel 5's reality TV hit, The Bachelor, before going on to become a Playboy Bunny.
Tabby's former manager confirmed her heartbreaking passing to The Sun.
US musicians and reality stars have since taken to social media to voice their goodbyes, including London raised singer/songwriter and garage music producer, Nay Nay.
"What a light u were," he wrote on Instagram, posting a glamorous portrait of the late star. "Your outer exterior matched your insides, so beautiful.
"I'm genuinely shocked and saddened you're gone. Rest in eternal peace Tabby."
Celebs Go Dating star and entertainment industry socialite Vas J Morgan also posted a tribute on his Instagram account.
TV personality Vas, 34, said on the social media platform of Tabby's death: "My heart is broken."
"Rest in peace beautiful soul," another wrote online, whilst a third penned, "Heartbroken. A true angel – love you tabs – sending you love and light as you transition x".
South London-born lingerie model Tabby dated 28 year old Premier League winger Raheem back in March 2016, as the pair were papped enjoying a night out together at a hotel in Manchester.
The revelation was met with controversy however, as he'd set up home with girlfriend Paige Milian in a £3.5 million pad in Wilmslow, Cheshire, just weeks earlier.
Five years earlier, Tabby dated Italian football star Mario for seven months after first meeting him in a nightclub in 2011, with him later going on to add her on Facebook.
"I really fell for Mario – against my better judgment," she later told the Mirror in 2013. "He told me he wanted us to settle down and have a family.
"Then I found out he was having a baby with his ex, there were constant stories about him partying with other women, and all the 'she's just a friend' texts. So, I ended it in November. Mario couldn't believe it and thought he could sweet-talk me into going back to him.
"When he realised there was no chance he took it very badly. But that's because Mario has never been dumped by a woman before. He's used to getting exactly what he wants."
OK! approached Tabby's representative.
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