Mel Thompson death – YouTuber passed away aged 35 as her husband and four kids pay tribute to 'pillar for our family'

YOUTUBE beauty vlogger Mel Thompson died on Sunday, according to a tragic post from her husband which called the 35-year-old "a pillar for our family."

"Mel sadly passed away yesterday," the post begins.

"She was such a pillar for our family," the post continues.

"The kids would talk to her nonstop and she was constantly talking with them and trying to help them with their stuff.

"And no matter how bad she felt, she would still rub my back when I came and jumped on the bed next to her while she was working tirelessly to put out content."

Mel's husband concluded the post, speaking for himself and the couple's four children, by writing, "I wish I had her back."

Mel had 169,000 subscribers on YouTube, where she posted reviews of popular makeup brands and tutorials for specific looks.

Her peers from the beauty community commented with their condolences and grieved the sudden loss.

"I’m so deeply saddened and shocked. My thoughts are with friends and family …. truly heartbreaking," wrote Lisa Eldridge, a professional makeup artist whose work has graced the covers of countless fashion magazines and whose makeup line is a celebrity favorite.

"Rest in peace Mel, thank you for always being so wonderful xxxxxx," Lisa signed off.

Wayne Goss, another well-known beauty vlogger with almost four million subscribers, also expressed condolences in the comments of the post.

"So so so sorry," wrote Goss, adorning his comment with several heart emojis.

In May, Mel had posted a Mother's Day message honoring her four children.

"I grew up always saying I would never have kids," the beauty influencer wrote.

"Here I am today with 4 and I wouldn’t trade places with anyone."

A cause of death has not been confirmed.

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