Made in Chelsea star’s two year old daughter tragically dies after health battle

Made in Chelsea star’s two year old daughter tragically dies after health battle


Made in Chelsea star Diego Bivero-Volpe has tragically announced the death of his two year old daughter Aurelia after the brave youngster sadly lost her battle with blood cancer.

Diego, who starred in the show back in 2011, and his wife, Charlotte Carroll, revealed the heartbreaking news on Friday, as he updated a gofundme page that had previously been set up to help fund her treatment.

In a solemn post, the couple wrote: "It is with a heavy heart that I write to inform you of our darling Aurelia’s passing.

"Our little girl went in peace surrounded by loved ones and in the loving embrace of her mother and I.

"In true Aurelia fashion, she left us not with a cry but with a big beautiful smile – frolicking fearlessly onto her next adventure.

"As we support her through to that next journey wherever that may be, her light continues to guide us through ours, shinning bright with her characteristic joy and love.

"Aurelia will always be the warrior Charlotte and I admire the most. Anyone that met her was constantly in awe of her resilience, intelligence, beauty and good cheer even through the toughest of times."

The cheerful youngster was born in 2022 after her parents had documented their struggle to conceive in a film made by Charlotte entitled The Topic.

Initially everything was going well for the couple, but just months after their new arrival had brought so much joy into their lives, the family were dealt a brutal blow when Aurelia was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (T-Cell) a type of aggressive blood cancer.

In order to try and combat the disease, Aurelia underwent a series of intensive treatments to try and beat it, but sadly, just a few days after her second birthday, the couple were told that the cancer had spread and started to attack her nervous system.

At the time, Diego said: "It has in fact relapsed, at a very aggressive and rapid rate and a new course is urgent and necessary.

"We are told the relapse also has greatly reduced chances, putting her in the lowest quarter percentile.”

Aurelia was rushed to hospital to try and save her life, and while being treated was given an urgent bone marrow transplant alongside a gruelling round of chemotherapy – but sadly it wasn't enough to eradicate the disease.

Just four months later, Aurelia sadly died on 14th August 2023.

A celebration of her life took place just three days later on the 17th of August, with over £202,247 in donations from her gofundme being sent to Great Ormond Street Hospital to try and help others beat the cruel disease that sadly claimed Aurelia's life.

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