John Michie has shared a heartbreaking tribute to his young daughter Louella, who died while at a music festival earlier this year.

The TV star, who is known for his roles in soaps such as Holby City and Coronation Street, posted the emotional message to Louella via his Instagram account on his 61st Birthday.

The actor, who lives in North London with his family, shared a picture of Louella’s personalised Arsenal football team shirt with her nickname ‘Lou Lou’ written across the back.

The grieving father captioned the picture: Missing our runs together so much love’, along with the hashtag #loveforlouella.

Missing our runs together so much love❤️💔💙#loveforlouella

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John’s daughter Louella died at a music festival in Lulworth, Dorset in September of this year.

Her family said that the 25-year-old had ‘taken an ‘illegal substance’ before she died and in a statement released by the actor’s agent said: ‘Our hearts are broken by this horrific tragedy.

‘Louella inspired all who knew her with her joy of life. The family would like to thank everyone for their heartfelt tributes and messages.’

#loveforlouella

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Louella was the youngest of John Michie’s three children. He and his wife are also parents to Sam, 26 and Daisy, 28.

The heartbroken father has been posting loving tributes and fond memories of his daughter since her death.

He has also shared the floods of messages and flowers sent to his family after their tragic loss, and thanked everyone for their support and love during an incredibly difficult time for the family.

‘So much love for Lou’, he wrote in September. ‘Thank you everyone for cards, flowers and messages and thank you Holby actors for Louella rose.’

The actor also recently shared a video of a mural painted as a tribute to Louella in London.

#loveforlouella N15 6UR

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Painted on a wall in Markfield park, Tottenham, the colourful tribute features his daughters name written in bright, bold lettering.

The actor shared a clip of the mural with the hashtag #loveforlouella and the postcode of the area.

FROM: Our sister site, GoodtoKnow. Written by Rachael Martin.