TikTok star Jehane Thomas has tragically died aged 30.
Thomas, a mum-of-two from Doncaster, England, had 82,000 followers on the platform.
Her videos had amassed nearly 1.5 million likes, and she also had a large following on Instagram.
Her friend, Alyx Reast, has shared the news of her tragic passing, sparking tributes being paid from all corners of the globe.
Find out more about Jehane Thomas’ death below…
On a GoFundMe page set up by Reast to help support the two children Thomas leaves behind, she says that the TikToker ‘suddenly passed away’ on March 17.
Just days before her death, Thomas had posted a photo of herself with her sons Isaac, 3, and Elijah, 1, after telling followers that she’d been suffering from recurring migraines.
Reast pens: “Jehane Thomas was a 30-year-old, mum-of-two boys when she suddenly passed away on March 17.
“Despite suffering from migraines and bouts of illness for several months, her passing was totally unexpected and we are all absolutely heartbroken.
“Her two children, Isaac and Elijah have been left without their mum.
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“I’ve started this page in the hope of raising some money so her beautiful boys can have the best childhood, make memories and make sure they are comfortable.
“Nothing will bring the boys their mum back, but we hope it will bring some relief to her family, knowing how loved and supported they are.”
Reast hopes to raise £15,000 to bring ‘some relief’ to Thomas’ family – and to give Isaac and Elijah the ‘best childhood’ possible after losing their mum.
The fundraiser has raised £13,500 across more than 750 donations as of March 22.
While many of Thomas’ fans have taken to social media and paid tribute.
One writes: “I am crying for a woman I have never met before. I am crying because I could see how amazing she was to her friends and family but more so to her beautiful boys.”
Another adds: “Reace in peace beautiful girl.”
Thomas explained that in the months leading up to her death, she had been diagnosed with optic neuritis – a condition caused by inflammation of the optic nerve.
She shared numerous videos of herself in the hospital over the past year, updating fans on her migraines and, two days before she died, she posted an update about her condition.
The content creator was filmed closing her eyes while lying in a hospital bed, alongside the caption: “I am still waiting to go down for surgery.
“The reason they didn’t do it last week was that having fluids in me would solve the issue.
“I’ve had four litres of fluids in me and my head this morning is horrific.
“I’m just waiting to see if I can take one of my Frovatriptan before surgery because no other pain relief is taking this pressure, or if I need to ride it out and hope the surgery gives me instant relief.
“I can’t lift my head without wanting to be sick and I’m unable to walk, I need to be wheeled everywhere. That’s how bad this pain is.”
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In her final Instagram post, Thomas wrote: “Six days admitted into hospital and I’m finally home with my boys. It’s been a really challenging week, not just physically but mentally.
“I’ve missed these two so much and feel like they’ve both grown up so much whilst I’ve been away.
“After sharing my experience, many of you have told me to go and speak to PALS which I’ll be doing in the morning.
“I’m then going to email my neurologist and see what plan of action he has in place because I cannot keep living like this.”
@jehanethomas1 Replying to @Beckie 🎀 ♬ original sound – Jehane Thomas
She added: “Thank you to everyone who has reached out but most importantly thank you to my parents and Liam for taking over the boys and the house for me, always making sure they were looked after.
“Thank you for making sure they knew mummy was OK and sending me pictures and videos to help me get through the longest days in hospital without them.”
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