Dani Hampson’s tragic last posts before her death ahead of her wedding to X Factor star Tom Mann

X Factor star Tom Mann’s fiancée posted a series of touching family photos before she was found dead on their wedding day.

The fiancee of British X Factor star Tom Mann posted a series of touching family photos before she was found dead on their wedding day.

Dani Hampson, 34, died suddenly on Saturday morning hours before the couple were due to tie the knot in London.

It is unknown how she died and Dani did not suffer from any known health problems.

Tributes poured in on the publicist, led by Nadine Coyle and Lewis Capaldi.

Dani, who shares an eight-month-old son with Tom, shared touching photos on her Instagram in the last weeks of her life.

She also shared a heartfelt post dated September 25, 2020 — the date the couple were originally supposed to get married — saying, “I can’t wait to marry you, but the world has other plans.”

In May, Dani posted on her Instagram a series of adorable pictures from a family trip to Sardinia.

One shows a beaming Dani and Tom with their baby son Bowie, while the other shows the mother squeezing the baby.

Other photos show the couple enjoying drinks and food with friends by the sea.

Dani also looks stunning in a polka dot jumpsuit and sunglasses as she poses with a friend.

Just weeks before, the proud mum had shared sweet photos of Bowie as they played in a park near her home.

Dani also shared a video of Tom, who was a member of Stereo Kicks, singing an acoustic version of Dua Lipa and Elton John’s “Frozen” to a child.

She wrote: “Happy 6 months my dear boy.

“I played this song almost every day in the third trimester, it was on my playlist during childbirth and was number 1 on the day Bowie was born … decided that this would be “our song” and it would always remind us of the good moments of life . ”

Yesterday, Tom broke the heartbreaking news that Dani had passed away in a heartbreaking Instagram post.

He paid tribute to “the brightest light in any room” and said he would miss her “forever”.

The singer said: “I can’t believe I’m writing these words, but my dear Dani – my best friend, everything I have, and even more, the love of my life – passed away in the early hours of Saturday, June 18th.

“What should have been the happiest day of our lives ended in irreversible grief.

“I feel like I cried out the ocean. We never made it to the altar; or say our vows or dance our first dance, but I know you know that you were my whole world and the best thing that ever happened to me, Danielle.

“I will wear this ring that I should have always worn as a token of my unconditional love for you.”

Tom told how he planned to raise Bowie alone in memory of Dani.

He added: “I am completely overwhelmed trying to figure this out and I honestly don’t know what to do next, but I know that I need to use all the strength I can muster for our little boy.

“I won’t be a mark on the parenting you’ve already become, but I promise I’ll do my best to raise Bowie the way we always wanted. I promise he’ll find out how great his mom was. I promise you will be so proud.

“The most beautiful person inside and out. The most incredible soul. We have lost such a special person, and I am sure that we will soon see an abundant outpouring of love that reflects this. I will try to find peace in your posts and comments, but right now I am grieving and will be mourning for a very, very long time.”

His tribute was supported by famous friends who expressed their sympathies.

Girls Aloud vocalist Nadine Coyle commented: “Sending so much love, light and healing to you, Bowie and everyone who loved Dani!!”

Pop star Mimi Webb added: “Tom, I’m so sorry. Sending you all my love and thinking of you. I love you, brother x, we are with you.

And the Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi wrote: “I love you, brother.”

Tom auditioned for The X Factor as a solo artist but ended up in a group that made it to the X Factor final in 2014.

He went on to write songs for the likes of JLS, Becky Hill and Ronan Keating.

This article originally appeared in Sun and reproduced with permission

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