Ben Cull’s girlfriend Daisy Morrison posts heartbreaking tribute after former England youth star dies of cancer

BEN CULL’S girlfriend has posted a heartbreaking tribute following his death.

The former England youth star has tragically passed away at the age of 23 after a battle with cancer.

Daisy Morrison has shared a heartbreaking tribute to Ben Cullinstagram / @daismorrison

Daisy said the ‘hardest goodbye’ after Ben died aged 23instagram / @daismorrison

Ben, who previously starred for Southampton’s academy, had only proposed to Daisy just weeks before his passing.

Daisy has now shared an emotional tribute to her fiance, who had been battling Ewing’s sarcoma since he was 17.

Alongside a series of pictures from their relationship, Daisy wrote on Instagram: “The Hardest Goodbye. Yesterday I lost my whole life, My Fiancé, My Soulmate, My Person, My Entire World…

“I always hoped and prayed this day would never, ever come. True heartbreak is real, my heart physically hurts & I’ve never felt pain like this.

“I adored you more than words will ever say & I know how much you adored me Ben, you told me every single day, you fought so hard for me & you always put me first & I will hold on to that forever.

“Right now it feels impossible to even put one foot forward in a world without you, you & I are a team and I’ve lost the strongest member.

“My mum & dad couldn’t have picked a better soulmate for me, they adored you, they think of you as a son & are hurting so bad right now.

“They say you go for someone like your Father & god you were like dad, 2 peas in a pod, the best of friends, couldn’t of wished for a stronger bromance.

Ben proposed to Daisy just weeks before his deathinstagram / @daismorrison

Ben had been battling cancer since he was 17instagram / @daismorrison

“You fought until the very end my darling, I know you did absolutely everything you could to stay & despite suffering so bad, you kept going, that I will be forever grateful for, you never gave up, god just had his own plans.

“One thing I can say for sure, is that we made the most of every single second. You & I both said we’d rather of met our soulmate and had less time, than lived a whole lifetime without eachother.

“You were the reason I smiled everyday, my reason to wake up, you were the first person I’d turn to with a problem, the person I felt safe next to every night, the person who made a whole room laugh, you were my reason for it all, you gave me a purpose.

“The only person I want to speak to right now is you & I can’t do that which breaks me. You’ve told me so many times to be brave for you and never give up & I promise I am going to try.

“I already miss you so much, & will do every single second of everyday my darling boy, the cuddles, the kisses, the laughs, messages & everything, my heart will never, ever heal from this hole you’ve left.

Daisy posted an emotional message to Instagraminstagram / @daismorrison

Daisy called Ben ‘my soulmate’ alongside a series of snaps of the coupleinstagram / @daismorrison

“To let you go will always be the toughest thing I’ll ever have to do. Good Night baby, I will see you up there one day, we will be reunited again my darling & finish our story as it isn’t over yet. I love you Forever & Always my Angel.”

Ben had told his partner “3 more lifetimes wouldn’t be enough” in his tragic final post before he died.

After a long battle with cancer, his condition had worsened in recent months, prompting him to propose to Daisy.

His football career had seen him spend time in Southampton’s academy before progressing into their under-18 side.

He also won two caps for England at youth level before his disease ended his playing career in 2018.

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