Sugababes star Keisha Buchanan pays tribute as her dad dies

Sugababes star Keisha Buchanan revealed her dad has died in a heartbreaking tribute to her ‘twin flame’.

The Push The Button singer shared the sad news on Instagram, explaining that it had been the ‘hardest few weeks’ of her life.

Posting a video montage of his funeral, horses could be seen lining the streets, draped in Jamaican flags, before a brief clip of his coffin being carried into a church.

The upload ended with doves being released into the sky.

The 36-year-old captioned the post: ‘Hardest few weeks of my life… heartbroken beyond belief. So much to say but it’s hard to put into words for a caption.

‘My protector, the man I loved the most, the coolest parent, my twin flame…my daddy.

‘Sooo many thoughts…Who will give me away? What will I tell my children when I have them?

‘What a thing to adjust to smh.. But even in this I trust the lord to strengthen me…

‘I’m hopeful that I’ll get through a day without tears & physical pain in my chest soon. Moment by moment… #missyouforever.’

Beside the clip, the star also shared a text exchange she had with her father, in which he said: ‘Thanks for being my beautiful angel and thanks for making me the proudest dad in the world and I’ll always love you.


‘Awww thank you dad love you always,’ she messaged back.

His cause of death has not yet been confirmed.

Keisha’s Sugababes bandmate Mutya Buena was among those offering their condolences in the comments.

‘Rip dad … love u sis [sic],’ she wrote, as Clara Amfo said: ‘So very sorry Keisha xxxx.’

Pal Samantha Mumba replied: ‘So sorry love- be kind to yourself at this time. Lots of love x.’

‘My darling girl..,’ Towie’s Amber Dowding added. ‘Sending so much love and strength to you and yours and this time and always.’

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