Emily Hartridge: TV presenter and YouTube star dies in crash

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Emily Hartridge built adult a amicable media participation with her health and lifestyle advice

Stars including Davina McCall and Calum Best have paid reverence to TV presenter and YouTuber Emily Hartridge who has been killed in a pile-up in south London.

She is believed to be a plant of a pile-up involving an electric scooter and lorry in Battersea on Friday.

A reverence on a 35-year-old’s Instagram page described her as someone who “touched so many lives”.

She had some-more than 340,000 YouTube subscribers to her channel and a large participation on Twitter and Instagram.

Her channel offering health and lifestyle advice, and she founded a YouTube uncover ’10 Reasons Why’. She had interviewed A-listers such as Hugh Jackman and Eddie Redmayne.

Hartridge had also fronted a 4OD documentary on branch 30.

A matter on Hartridge’s Instagram page said: “Emily was concerned in an collision yesterday and upheld away.

“We all desired her to pieces and she will never be forgotten.”

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McCall pronounced in a response to a post on Instagram announcing a death: “My heart goes out to Emily’s family and friends. Such a shock. Sending we adore and prayers.”

Best wrote that it was “so unhappy and he was so sorry”.

Months before to her genocide she had told The Sun of her preference to solidify her eggs and hopes of apropos a mum.

On Thursday she had common a video of herself with a beloved on Instagram.

‘Funny and kind’

A autobiography on a website of Insanity Group, her government agency, reveals she had a “huge seductiveness in mental health and fitness”.

“Following a really formidable period, she incited her life around,” a bio said.

“One of a certain outcomes of her breakdown” was that it became her “mission to mislay a tarnish surrounding stress and depression”, it added.

TV historian Greg Jenner tweeted he was “deeply saddened” by a death.

“I met @emilyhartridge on a sight 5 years ago, and by a finish of a tour we’d common all sorts of things about the mental health and insomnia,” he said.

“She was funny, kind, and open-hearted.”