The London-based influencer’s household confirmed the information on Sunday in an Instagram put up, stating that Thea’s unborn son had additionally died.
“To all Nicole’s buddies and supporters it’s with nice unhappiness that I’ve to tell you that Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly handed away on Saturday morning,” the assertion learn.
The message defined that Thea had pre-scheduled “a number of YouTube movies” to add on her channel earlier than her loss of life, and her boyfriend, Boga, had “made the choice to permit them to be aired.”
The household requested for privateness, saying “our hearts are really damaged and we’re struggling to deal with what has occurred.”
The reason for Thea’s loss of life just isn’t but recognized. The previous dancer was round eight months pregnant.
Thea introduced her being pregnant again in April with an Instagram video exhibiting off her child bump whereas dancing beside Boga.
“We won’t cover this any longer, secrets and techniques out… GOD gave us the largest blessing but. I am lastly creating a fantastic little human within me,” the accompanying caption learn. “Cannot consider this bubba might be half of me and half of the loml. Actually, @global_boga has been the most effective assist EVER and GOD made no errors making him the daddy.”
She added: “We’re already obsessive about you our little miracle child. Thanks for selecting us to be your mother and father and greatest buddies.”
Thea had amassed greater than 80,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel, the place she typically mentioned her being pregnant journey and posted content material that includes boyfriend International Boga — actual identify Jeffery Frimpong — who’s a avenue dancer.
Her most up-to-date video, titled “GOT IN A BATH FULL OF MILK! *BTS PREGNANCY SHOOT,” was uploaded on Sunday.
Within the 14-minute footage, Thea will be seen preparing for her milk tub, whereas speaking her followers by means of the method. She additionally showcased particular moments from her maternity photoshoot.
On Saturday morning, Boga shared a video of himself dancing with a child carriage and stated in a put up the week earlier than that he believed his son was arriving “on a Monday.”