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Judge Richard Coles has announced that his sister-in-law, Louise, has died on COVID-19.

The former Strictly star, 58, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share the devastating news just four months after the loss of his partner David.

Richard posted a photo of Louise and David together in North Africa when he paid tribute to his & # 39; beautiful & # 39; sister-in-law, a former French teacher and Conservative councilor for Fletton and Woodston, Peterborough.

Sad: Poverty Richard Coles has announced that his sister-in-law, Louise, has died on COVID-19 (pictured in April 2019)

He wrote: & # 39; My beautiful sister-in-law @lozaamandine passed away this afternoon with COVID19.

& # 39; She made many people very happy, not least @RevDavidColes, with whom she went on extravagant and unauthorized expeditions to her beloved North Africa. RIP, dear woman. & # 39;

Richard & # 39; s partner, Judge David Coles, died at the age of 42 in December after fighting for more than a year with illness.

Louise, a former French teacher and Conservative councilor for Fletton and Woodston, Peterborough, had & # 39; for a while & # 39; had not been well with cancer and had caught COVID-19 while protected from the pandemic.

Heartbreaking: The former Strictly star, 58, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share the devastating news just four months after the loss of his partner David (pictured with Louise)

Heartbreaking: The former Strictly star, 58, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share the devastating news just four months after the loss of his partner David (pictured with Louise)

Tribute: Richard posted a photo of Louise and David together in North Africa when he paid tribute to his & # 39; beautiful & # 39; sister in law

Tribute: Richard posted a photo of Louise and David together in North Africa when he paid tribute to his & # 39; beautiful & # 39; sister in law

Her husband, Andy, also announced her death on his own Twitter account.

When he shared a photo of both, he penned: & # 39; I'm sorry to have to report the death of my wife Louise by noon.

& # 39; She had not been good with cancer for a while, but was even carrying coronavirus under protection. Fortunately, we had time to prepare, but this was too soon. & # 39;

Just weeks earlier, Louise had shared a sweet Mother's Day surprise from her daughter and sister-in-law while isolating herself.

Tragic: Louise, a former French teacher and Conservative councilor for Fletton and Woodston, Peterborough, had & # 39; for a while & # 39; had not been well with cancer and had caught COVID-19 while protected from the pandemic. Her husband, Andy, also paid tribute to his wife

Tragic: Louise, a former French teacher and Conservative councilor for Fletton and Woodston, Peterborough, had & # 39; for a while & # 39; had not been well with cancer and had caught COVID-19 while protected from the pandemic. Her husband, Andy, also paid tribute to his wife

Surprise: Just weeks earlier Louise had shared a sweet Mother's Day surprise from her daughter and sister-in-law while isolating herself

Surprise: Just weeks earlier Louise had shared a sweet Mother's Day surprise from her daughter and sister-in-law while isolating herself

Posting a photo of a cardboard sign that says & # 39; happee muvvers dag innit! & # 39; with a heart left on her fence, she had quipped: & # 39; Yes. It is wonderful to have the children living next door. & # 39;

While Richard also shared the image and wrote: & # 39; My sister-in-law, even isolating at Peterborough, was just not forgotten by her daughter and son-in-law yesterday. & # 39;

Louise & # 39; s husband Andy also shared Richard's announcement, adding: & # 39; And don't forget that weekend & # 39; house hunting & # 39; in France.

Confident: Andy adds that he is comforted by their two pet dogs, then he shared a photo of her with him to her home

Confident: Andy adds that he is comforted by their two pet dogs, then he shared a photo of her with him to her home

& # 39; We almost ended up with two farmhouses and an eighteenth-century cider press to share! The silent step in & # 39; s sky sounds like the place to be. & # 39;

Andy admitted that he is comforted by her two pet dogs, when he shared a photo of her that knocked him at her home.

Followers of Richard sent their support and their own tributes to Louise after announcing the news.

Presenter Matthew Wright put: & # 39; So, so sorry x. & # 39;

Heartbeat: Richard & # 39; s partner, Judge David Coles, died in December 42 at the age of 42 after fighting for more than a year with illness

Heartbeat: Richard & # 39; s partner, Judge David Coles, died in December 42 at the age of 42 after fighting for more than a year with illness

Radio host Shelagh Fogarty said: & # 39; So sorry to hear this Richard. My sympathy to you and your family. & # 39;

Comic Jenny Eclair commented: & # 39; Sending love, strength, and sympathy – I'm sorry. & # 39;

While author Catherine Mayer notes: & # 39; I'm so sorry. To lose someone else at the moment, especially someone so integral to your shared history with David, is too much to bear. Except that you will … & # 39;

Then & # 39; Richard responded with: & # 39; Yes, what else would you do? & # 39;

Support: The former Celebrity MasterChef stars sent their support and own tributes to Louise

Support: The former Celebrity MasterChef stars sent their support and own tributes to Louise

In December, Richard announced that his partner David had died at the age of 42 & # 39; for a while & # 39; ill & # 39 ;.

Richard, who appeared in Strictly Come Dancing in 2017, entered into a civil partnership with David after the Church of England allowed it in 2005 – but they were celibate.

The couple lived with their dogs Daisy, Pongo, Audrey and Horatio in & # 39; St Mary & # 39; s Pastry in Finedon, Northamptonshire.

Richard wrote at the time: & # 39; I'm sorry to say that Rev David Coles has died. He had been ill for a while. Thanks to the brilliant teams that looked for him at the Kettering General Hospital. Funerals to follow & # 39 ;.

Partner: Richard entered a civil partnership with David after the Church of England allowed it in 2005 - but they were celibate

Partner: Richard entered a civil partnership with David after the Church of England allowed it in 2005 – but they were celibate

Home life: The couple lived with their dogs Daisy, Pongo, Audrey and Horatio in St Mary's & # 39; s pastry in Finedon, Northamptonshire (pictured in 2014)

Home life: The couple lived with their dogs Daisy, Pongo, Audrey and Horatio in St Mary's & # 39; s pastry in Finedon, Northamptonshire (pictured in 2014)

He then quoted Isaiah 60:20: & # 39; The Lord will be your everlasting light, and the days of your mourning will be certain & # 39; but did not reveal the cause of & # 39; David's death.

Richard often spoke with love about David and their lives together, in particular on his Radio 4 show: Saturday Live. But her dream of retiring to Scotland with her four dogs will not happen now.

While David was ordained, he no longer worked as a priest, however the supporting role he played for his partner was considered essential to the Rev Coles, his parishioners said.

In his previous life, Richard had been the instrumentalist half of the 1980s pop duo The Communards with Jimmy Sommerville, who had been a number one Don & # 39; t Leave Me This Way, and a number of others. hits that didn't make him millions.

Past: Richard was in The Communards with Jimmy Sommerville and they made millions from a string of hit singles before turning to God (pictured)

Past: Richard was in The Communards with Jimmy Sommerville and they made millions from a string of hit singles before turning to God (pictured)

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