TikTok star Fiona Jane dies aged 44 after battle with throat cancer as pals pay tribute to their 'Wonder Woman' | The Sun

THE heartbroken family of TikTok star Fiona Jane revealed their "Wonder Woman" has died amid her battle with throat cancer.

Fiona, who was known by social media name FeeFeeJane, was first diagnosed with cancer three years ago.

She was in remission until last year, when doctors told the star she had less than a year to live.

Fiona's devastated family revealed today she had died last week, aged 44.

They have paid tribute to the star, who was "gorgeous inside and out".

TeesideLive reported Fiona's mum Jan Laden said: "Every time she entered a room it was like someone had jumped out of a surprise birthday cake."

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She added: "She was like Wonder Woman. She fought and fought.

"Fee Fee was so full of life and was an absolutely gorgeous girl inside and out."

Fiona had more than 44,000 followers on TikTok, and upwards of 430,000 likes.

She used the platform to document her cancer – and life with a tracheostomy tube.

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Jan said her daughter aimed to share fun-loving videos, to make others happy.

The mum added: "She was the most thoughtful, caring person.

"She wrote a bucket list – we went to see Michael Bublé, went to do the Cube in Manchester, she went to Liverpool for a weekend, and back to Blackpool where she lived for some time."

Jan said her Fiona had a "heart of gold", adding: "Even after she passed away on Monday – I've been sorting her drawers and she's left me a Mother's Day gift, my husband a birthday card for July.

"She was that kind of girl where you just couldn't help but love her."

In a touching request, Fiona asked that after she died, her long, blonde hair be donated to the Little Princess Trust.

Her mum said: "When she asked in the funeral parlour if after we've seen her they could cut her hair to be donate, I just fell apart.

"I didn't really want her to donate her hair, she's always had her long hair.

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"But when I sat and thought about it – it's her request and I wouldn't go against that. We're so proud of her and she always wanted to help others."

Fiona also had a GoFundMe page set up, where donations could be put through to the Little Princess Trust.

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