Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Orlando Bloom, and Liv Tyler were among the many who came out to St. Paul's Church in the Knightsbridge area of London to pay their respects to Annabelle, according to DailyMail.com. The site also reports that Moss and Campbell gave a reading together at the service for their late friend.
Annabelle's sister, Camila Neilson, confirmed her passing in a statement to E! News on July 17. "Very sadly, we have been informed today that my sister Annabelle, died as a result of a heart attack at home last Thursday, It has come as a complete shock, as she had many plans having recently returned from Spain," she said. "My parents and I are devastated and shocked by this news. We would ask the media to respect the privacy of our family and Annabelle's close friends during this very difficult time. We will not be making any further statement at this time. We thank you for your consideration."
Tributes have been pouring in from those who knew and loved Annabelle, such as Andy Cohen and her fellow Ladies of London friends, including Caroline Stanbury, Marissa Hermer, Caroline Fleming, Juliet Angus, Sophie Stanbury, and Adela King. Bravo also shared a statement with The Daily Dish following the news of Annabelle's passing: “We at Bravo are saddened to hear about the passing of Annabelle Neilson who was a dearly loved and respected cast member on two seasons of ‘Ladies of London.' We send our deepest sympathies to her family and friends during this very difficult time.”
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