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The singer and Britain's Got Talent judge shared the devastating update with fans and friends on Tuesday with a sweet social media post dedicated to her pooch.
Posting a series of snaps, including one of Alesha with a glowing grin as she cuddles her pet during a walk with her daughters, the 43-year-old wrote: "I will love you forever Daisy."
The caption was accompanied by a series of emojis including a rainbow, a love heart, and, of course, a daisy.
Another precious photo from the collection saw Daisy as a little puppy, lounging in the grass while munching on a real daisy.
Fans flooded the comment section with condolences and messages of love for the singer.
"So sorry for your loss, Alesha" wrote one follower.
"Sending you love from all of us" added a second.
"So sorry to hear about daisy😢😢💔💔 sending you lots of love xx" commented a third.
Alesha also shared some photos of Daisy to her Instagram story, including one sweet photo of the canine accompanied by the caption: "13 years of loving you. My beautiful Daisy."
Also owner to two cocker spaniels named Rosie and Prince, Alesha has always been very open about her love of dogs.
During the pandemic, Alesha said in an interview with The Guardian that she spent her time walking the three rescue dogs with her husband Azuka Onoye, 41, and her daughters Azura, eight, and Anaya, two.
"When the weather's nice, we like to go to the woods with our three rescue dogs", she said at the time.
"Obviously the dogs still need walking when it's rainy, but we're not as quick to get out of the house then."
She continued: "If I could snap my fingers and go anywhere, it would be Cornwall to watch the dogs running in and out of the sea on a beautiful beach. I love the ocean."
Speaking to Metro earlier this month, Alesha detailed how she adopted Daisy from the RSPCA and gushed over her love for taking Daisy, Prince, and Rosie out on walks in the woods.
She had noted at the time that her family were 'taking it easy' on the walks as Daisy '[wasn't] very well at the moment'.
We're sending Alesha, her husband, and her daughters loads of love following their heartbreaking loss.
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