Isobelle Phipps Death Reason: What happened to the Girls 18s England team star?Isobelle Phipps' death came to the fore after her mother Sarah Renton met Princess Kate at Maidenhead Rugby Club Author : Malkit Singh
In a heart-breaking development, Girls 18s England team Rugby Star Isobelle Phipps died at the age of 17 in April this year. Isobelle Phipps' death came to the fore after her mother Sarah Renton met Princess Kate at Maidenhead Rugby Club, where Isobelle, known as Issy, used to play. As per UK media reports, Sarah met Kate and she shared an emotional moment with the Princess when she talked about her late daughter. Reportedly, Princess Kate Middleton, 41, visited the club in June after Sarah launched a charity appeal. Kate was so emotional after hearing about Isobelle Phipps' death that she hugged Sarah. Now, the question arises what is Isobelle Phipps' death reason or what happened to Isobelle Phipps? To know the answer continue reading-
Isobelle Phipps' death reason
As per reports that quoted an inquest, Isobelle Phipps was found hanging at her home in Crowthorne, Berks., in April this year. Therefore, it can be said that Isobelle Phipps reportedly died by suicide. Sarah when informed Princess Kate, and then they both turned emotional. In fact, Sarah handed Princess Kate a pair of earrings made by a family friend in memory of her daughter. In a warm gesture, Kate told the group she'd wear the jewellery after hearing the story of Issy's tragic death. Not only this, Berkshire coroner Heidi Connor reportedly told an inquest hearing this week that the teen had been found hanged. A full inquest will take place at a later date.
It is pertinent to mention here that why Isobelle Phipps opted to hang herself or under what circumstances she died has not been revealed yet.
It is pertinent to mention here that England Touch also paid tribute to Isobelle Phipps and gave further information on her. On social media, they wrote, "Issy was part of the Girls 18s England team and played at the 2022 Junior Touch Championships, winning gold in a dramatic match. Issy was a much-loved member of the Girls 18s squad and many in our community have spoken of not just her passion and love for rugby and touch but her desire to share that passion with her peers and those younger than her."