Emily Hartridge Biography
TV and YouTube star Emily Hartridge has been killed in a tragic accident, her Instagram account announced today. She is the most famous YouTuber and television presenter.
I’m absolutely heartbroken to hear the sad news of @emilyhartridge passing away. I’ve watched her videos for years & she was such an amazing role model and so hilarious her video never failed to make me laugh. R.I.P angle. My heart goes out to your friend and family ?#sitc2017 pic.twitter.com/t8hRyxWdX6
— Chantelle Q (@LondonChick353) July 13, 2019
Emily Hartridge Career
Emily Hartridge began a career with her YouTube series 10 Reasons Why?. Emily Hartridge has hosted a variety of television and web series, like Virgin Media’s YouTube show Jacked In. She has also become an interviewer of celebrities at press junkets.
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Emily Hartridge Age
She is 35 years old.
Emily Hartridge Networth
Emily Hartridge’s Estimated net worth is $5 Million Approx (2018)
Emily Hartridge Sisters
Emily Hartridge has three sisters. Her two younger sisters are twins and are named Alice and Jessica. Her older sister’s name is Charlotte.
Emily Hartridge Early life
Exceptionally saddened today to learn of the passing of @emilyhartridge, a woman who has, as long as I’ve been aware of her, only sought to project positive energy into the world. She will be very missed. Thoughts with her family and boyfriend. RIP Emily Hartridge.
— Paul Martins Smith (@PaulSmith5783) July 13, 2019
Her first YouTube video was titled “10 Reasons Why I Wish I Was 12 Again.” She decided to make it a series. The weekly series became so popular that the UK’s Daily Mail and the US’s Huffington Post posted recaps of her episodes after they were uploaded on Mondays.
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‘Emily was involved in an accident yesterday and passed away. We all loved her to bits and she will never be forgotten.
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) July 13, 2019
Several roads were closed following Ms. Hartridge’s crash, which took place at Queen’s Circus roundabout at around 8.30am.
A London Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: ‘We sent an advanced paramedic, two ambulance crews, an incident response officer and two medics in cars to the scene, with the first of our medics arriving in under four minutes.
lose a friend like that. It just makes me want to grab and hold on to all of the people in life that are dear to me. Don’t forget to tell the special people in your life how much you care. RIP @emilyhartridge, you touched so many lives. (2/2)
— Ben Ruset (@BenRuset) July 13, 2019
‘Sadly, despite the extensive efforts of medics, a woman died at the scene.’
Transport for London and Wandsworth Council redesigned the roundabout in 2015.
This trialed the use of raised curbs and separate traffic lights to keep cyclists and vehicles segregated at junctions, but concerns were raised that the new layout was too complicated.
Emily Hartridge Youtube
Ms. Hartridge regularly attracted more than three million viewers a month on her YouTube channel.
She also fronted the 4OD show, ‘Oh Sh*t I’m 30’.
Emily Hartridge Twitter
Yesterday I hung out with my gorgeous nephew Arlo and niece Winter ? We hugged, we laughed, we played, Arlo called me a fat pig ?
It was a much needed distraction from the hormonal/tired/bloated/emotional state I am currently in ?
Who knows, one day hopefully I’ll have my own pic.twitter.com/PiBz8U8W43
— Emily Hartridge (@emilyhartridge) July 10, 2019
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THE HONEST TRUTH ?? • I was honoured to be interviewed by @headtalksnews about my nervous breakdown(s), social media and all things mental health ?? • What they do as an organisation is incredible. You all know I am a big fan of talking about my experiences with mental health because that is the best way to help others and ensure they don’t feel alone in what they are going through. And Head Talks gives us that platform to share our stories ?? • I hope my story helps you and I hope you take comfort in my words ❣️ • LINK IN BIO TO WATCH VIDEO ☝? _______________________________________________ #mentalhealth #headtalks #anxiety #depression #help #mentalhealthawareness #love #recovery #support #advice #strong #strength #muscles #motivation #beautiful #truth #positivity #positivethinking #body #fit #beautiful #fitnessgirl #boxing #girlswhobox #yoga #yogi #abs #strong
Emily Hartridge Tributes
She is believed to be the victim of a crash involving an electric scooter and lorryin Battersea on Friday.
A tribute on the 35-year-old’s Instagram page described her as someone who “touched so many lives”.
— Sínann Fetherston (@sinannf) July 13, 2019
She had more than 340,000 YouTube subscribers to her channel and a big presence on Twitter and Instagram.
Fast Facts You Need To Know
- Emily Hartridge, 35, died following a crash in Battersea, south London on Friday
- Her demise became announced in an Instagram post on her page early this morning
- The YouTuber posted in advance this week on the benefits of courting a more youthful man
- Believed to have died after her e-scooter turned into worried in a collision with a lorry
- in keeping with the branch for delivery e-scooters are illegal to use on roads
- It comes as e-scooters grow in reputation in Britain, Europe and the world over\
- She was Born on May 25, 1984.
- Her first YouTube video was titled “10 Reasons Why I Wish I Was 12 Again.” She decided to make it a series. The weekly series became so popular that the UK’s Daily Mail and the US’s Huffington Post posted recaps of her episodes after they were uploaded on Mondays.
- Birth Sign Gemini.
- During a press junket for the 2012 film Rock Of Ages, Russell Brand threw some cake at her and ended up licking it from her elbow. British tabloids blew up, comparing her to Katy Perry and calling her his new girlfriend, even though they were just friends.