Sienna Weir, Miss Universe contestant, died suddenly in an accident at the age of 23; may she rest in peace

According to terrible sources, Sienna Weir, a Miss Universe contestant, died at the age of 23.

The family of the Australian model revealed the tragic news Friday (May 4), paying tribute to their “angel.”

According to sources, Weir, a Miss Universe 2022 competitor, was placed on life support following a horseback riding accident a few weeks ago.

Weir, who graduated from Sydney University with a double major in English literature and psychology, intended to relocate to London in order to spend more time with her family and broaden her career and social networks.

Tom Bull, the model’s boyfriend, stated, “We loved with a love that was more than love.”

“Heaven has gained the most beautiful angel today,” another acquaintance commented on social media. Siena, I adore you and will miss everything about you.

“I consider myself extremely fortunate to have known you. Thank you very much.”

Sienna was one of 27 finalists for Australia’s Miss Universe in 2022. She’d previously expressed her love of horseback riding, stating she couldn’t fathom her life without it.

“My family isn’t exactly sure where this passion comes from, but I’ve been riding since I was three years old and can’t imagine life without it,” Weir told Gold Coast Magazine.

“I travel to rural Sydney 2-3 times a week to train and compete every other weekend in New South Wales or wider Australia.”

Sienna was riding at Windsor Polo Grounds near Sydney on April 2 when her horse fell, leaving her with serious injuries, according to the Daily Mail.

She was transported to the hospital in critical condition and has been on life support for several weeks.

The 23-year-old’s most recent social media post was an April Instagram photo. Loved ones and fans have offered heartfelt comments on the post, united in their sadness over a life cut short.

Scoop Management, Sienna’s modelling agency, published many images of her with the message “Forever in our hearts.”

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