With heavy hearts, we announce the passing. When you find out who she is, you will cry

A 30-year-old YouTuber and content creator died suddenly.

Alexandra, who was online as Pretty Pastel Please, died, her Instagram page said.

The online influencer from Australia died suddenly and out of the blue.

It was shocking to everyone, and her family and friends have asked for privacy while they deal with their grief, the statement said.

“We would ask that you respect their wishes – they appreciate all of your support but need time to heal in private.”

An image of the influencer smiling went with the statement.

A lot of fans have expressed their sadness and condolences, sending thousands of messages.

One social media user said, “I’m honestly so upset by this news.”

“I watched Alex for so many years, she began to feel like a friend.”

“My heart is in my stomach, I’m so saddened by this news praying for her family,” a friend said.

Three fans complained, “This feels so unreal seeing her grow and change over the past years.”

Couple of weeks before she died, she told her fans that she would be streaming on Twitch three times a week.

Additionally, she shared touching pictures of herself holding Archie, her beloved parrot.

An impressive 120,000 people followed Alexandra on Instagram.

Beyond that, she had over 690,000 people who followed her on YouTube.

The things she posted included product reviews and vlogs.

For a week, Alexandra only ate food from Japanese 7-Elevens in a vlog that got over 4 million views.

She told everyone last year that she had reached the exciting milestone of posting 1,000 photos on Instagram.

In addition, she was thrilled to have 3,000 Twitch followers.

“I’m a world away from who I was six months ago and God it feels so good,” she told me.

After being diagnosed with ADHD and obsessive-compulsive disorder in 2022, the influencer gave her opinion.

She wrote a long post on social media about how the character Pretty Pastel Please came to be.

“Pretty Pastel Please is a persona born of trauma, deflection, and mental illness,” said the woman.

“A bright colorful character that can look past their pain and put on a smile.”

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