Daisy Lewellyn: Bravo star dies of rare cancer aged 36

The reality TV star was diagnosed with stage three cancer in 2014

Heather Saul
Saturday 09 April 2016 11:04
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Daisy Lewellyn
Daisy Lewellyn

Daisy Lewellyn, the stylist, former editor and Bravo star, has died from a rare form of cancer aged 36.

Born in California, Lewellyn first appeared in Bravo’s New York-based reality TV, Blood, Sweat and Tears in 2014. She was a former editor at Essence magazine.

Lewellyn was diagnosed with stage-three bile duct cancer, a rare cancer affecting the liver, aged 34 and underwent a course of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Watch What Happens: Live host and Bravo producer Andy Cohen led tributes to Lewellyn as a “spirit, force of life and a great person”.

Bravo said she died peacefully surrounded by her family and friends.

The network said in a statement: “We are devastated to learn that Daisy Lewellyn from Bravo's Blood, Sweat & Heels has passed away this morning after a battle with a rare form of cancer.

“We are all saddened to lose this wonderful woman. Our thoughts and deepest sympathy is expressed.”

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