It is a proud moment for parents when their child is known by the world. Likewise, Johanna Deakin was the mother of the singing sensation Louis Tomilson. Louis was also a member of the former boy band One Direction. At the time of her death, she was married to Daniel Deakin.
Born Johannah Poulston on 25th March 1973 in Doncaster, England, the United Kingdom with the birth Aries. She belonged to White ethnicity and holds British nationality.
She was raised in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Johannah pursued a career in health science and worked as a midwife.
Talking about her personal life, Johannah had to face many ups and downs. She was married to her then-husband Troy Austin at a very young age.
At the age of 18, she gave birth to her first child, Louis on 24th December 1991. They had four daughters Charlotte, Felicite, Daisy, and Phoebe together. Her marriage took a turn and the couple separated a week later the birth of Louis.
She then got married to Mark Tomlinson. Mark considered Louis his son and gave him his last name. However, in 2011, Johannah and Mark separated and eventually got divorced.
Johannah then got engaged to Dr. Daniel Deakin in 2013. On 12th February 2014, the couple was blessed with twins Ernest and Doris. The couple was married until the death of Johannah passed away.
Johannah was diagnosed with advanced leukemia in 2016. She was admitted at the University College London Hospital and later got transferred to Royal Hallamshire Hospital located in Sheffield.
Despite the treatments and medications, Johannah couldn’t win her battle against Leukemia and passed away at the age of 43 on 7th December 2016.
Several artists and celebrities including Lady Gaga, Zyan Malik, Nina Dobrev offered their condolences to Johannah’s family.
At the time of her death, Johannah was worth $1 million. She worked as a midwife and a health assistant. Johannah also worked on the sets of ITV network’s Fat Friends.
She also helped a charity organization to raise funds in 2015. The same year, she attended the charity event Believe in Magic Cinderella Ball which aimed the happiness of terminally ill children.