Sugababes’ Keisha Buchanan heartbroken as her dad dies and she reveals final text he sent her
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Sugababes star Keisha Buchanan has been left heartbroken by the death of her father and has revealed the final text she received from him.
Keisha paid tribute to her dad as she shared clips from his funeral, with a white horse and carriage hearse draped in Jamaican flags seen heading to the church.
Six pallbearers carried the coffin into the church, with Keisha also showing a clip of doves being released.
She followed the posts by sharing some texts she had received from her father before his passing, with one reading: "Thank you baby, I wouldn't want anyone else for my daughter.
"My heart belongs to you babe and it always will I will always be here for you, I'm blessed xxxx"
His final message to Keisha called her his “angel”, saying: "Hi My Baby, Thanks for being my beautiful Angel and thanks for making me the proudest Dad in the World and I'll always Love You. THANK YOU XXX."
Keisha replies to the message: "Awww thank you dad love you always."
The singer described her heartbreak as she captioned the post, saying: "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."
Keisha’s bandmate, Mutya Buena, supported her as she replied to the post with heart emojis and a sad face, saying: “rip dad…love u sis.”
Keisha was one of the original members of the Sugababes alongside Mutya and Siobhan Donaghy.
The group slowly broke up over time, with Siobhan leaving the group in 2001, followed by Mutya making a departure in 2005 and Keisha in 2009.
As the replacement members for the original trio stopped recording music in 2001, Keisha, Mutya and Siobhan reunited for a track in 2013 under a new name, MKS.
The girls won back the rights to the Sugababes brand, with a planned 20th anniversary reunion having to be cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
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