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George Shelley will ‘never accept’ sister’s death

British singer George Shelley has paid tribute to his younger sister after she died following a car accident.
Harriet Shelley, 21, suffered serious head injuries in an accident on 28 April (17), and was receiving treatment in an intensive care unit at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, England at the time of her death.
A family friend confirmed the tragic news Harriet had died on 6 May (17), with Harriet’s mother Toni Harris telling U.K. newspaper The Sun her daughter had been in the “wrong place at the wrong time”.
Now, George has broken his silence, posting a heartbreaking tribute to his younger sister on Instagram: “I will never accept that you’re gone,” he wrote on Saturday (13May17). “You will always be with me. My best friend, my sister, my angel.”
“Too pure and too beautiful to walk among humans, you now exist somewhere else, and I am honoured to have had the privilege to spend 21 years with you by my side. Don’t get used to it up there without me, I’ll see you soon beautiful girl. I love you,” the former Union J singer posted, alongside a snap of himself goofing around with Harriet.
A few days after the car accident, Harriet’s mother Toni praised hospital staff for their work in caring for her daughter: “She’s very poorly but she’s stable,” Toni told The Sun on 2 May (17).
“Everybody at Southmead Hospital has been amazing, they have been working 24/7 to make sure she is alright. I would like to thank everyone in Clevedon for praying for our daughter… They have been holding church services, Bristol’s Buddhist Centre has also been helping – everybody across different religions have been so amazing.”

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