Rachel Mee dead at 25 – OnlyFans star dies before her baby son’s first Christmas as devastated friends pay… – The Sun

AN OnlyFans model has died aged 25, days before her baby son's first Christmas.
Rachel Mee is said to have "adored" baby Kyro "with all her heart" and was described as a "beautiful young girl" by friends.
The influencer, from Newcastle, also known as Rachel Kaitlyn, had more than 40,000 followers on Instagram and also worked as a dancer.
Close friend Claire Robinson said: "This Christmas will be Kyro's first, and devastatingly his mummy will not be there."
A heartbreaking video has also emerged of the loving mum playing with Kyro at a beach in August.
Her cause of death is unconfirmed, but Claire added: "Rachel sadly lost her battle with the pressures of this world.
"We are all so saddened with this devastating news, how this world has failed such a beautiful young girl and how she felt she had no other option [than] to no longer be here.
 "Leaving behind her beautiful little boy who she adored with all her heart.
"We feel if we can raise some funds for Kyro's future just to take a little stress away from Rachel's family and to help in some way.
"Or to even give Kyro a little head start in life raising some funds in memory of his beautiful mummy."
Earlier this month, Rachel described 2022 as the "toughest year possible" and said she had "dealt with heartbreak". 
She wrote: "2022 – the year I created life. Lost myself but found my old self. Dealt with heartbreak. Learnt I’m stronger than I ever knew. 
"Grateful for the opportunity and new friendships. Grateful for those around me through the toughest year possible."
And in February, just before her son was born, she posted a picture of her with her own mum who passed away last year. 
She said: "Hoping to be half the mother you were to me. I really wish you were here to see your grandson coming into the world."
On her mum’s birthday in October she said: "I miss you every day. My best friend, my rock, rest easy Mam."
Devastated fans have also left tributes online. Helen wrote: "Devastating to hear. Oh Rachel RIP my gorgeous girl – the world will be less colourful without you."
Another said: "This is the saddest news. Rachel, I hope you'll finally find peace. You will be missed."
A fan named Lauren added: "I am in tears. Rest in peace you beautiful soul and may God look after your baby.
"Keep him safe, healthy and blessed forever amen."
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