FORMER BBC reality star Jasmine Burkitt has tragically died aged just 28, her heartbroken fiancé revealed.
Jasmine, known as Jazz, appeared in BBC Three reality show Small Teen Bigger World a decade ago.
The 3ft 11ins star wanted to show she was just like any other teen despite being born with dwarfism.
She appeared on the documentary alongside her mum Bev, who sadly died in 2014.
Jasmine's cause of death has not yet been confirmed.
Paying tribute to his fiancee, Lewis Burke said: "She is the most incredible human that ever walked this planet, she is the strongest, funniest, most kindest and purely decent person I've ever known.
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"I am truly devastated. She changed my life forever and I'll never be the same."
Jasmine and Lewis lived in a tent in woodland after they struggled to find a suitable council property.
The couple told fans about their life in Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, with dog Loki on their blog.
They had recently bought a caravan and were hoping to renovate it for their new home.
Speaking about their living situation previously, Jasmine said: "I think tent life has saved us and made us. Of course there are downsides as I am a bit more vulnerable with my health history.
"Some of the days over the summer living next to a river are some of the happiest I've ever spent. I like being away from people quite a lot and just being amongst nature."
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