Pop star Robbie Williams pays tribute to popular Bedhampton fitness fan

20/5/2016 (JT)  The funeral of thirty six year old Lisa Calladine from Havant, took place at St Thomas a Becket C of E Church, Warblington on Friday.   Picture: Sarah Standing

20/5/2016 (JT) The funeral of thirty six year old Lisa Calladine from Havant, took place at St Thomas a Becket C of E Church, Warblington on Friday. Picture: Sarah Standing

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POP icon Robbie Williams has paid moving tribute to a popular Bedhampton fitness fanatic who died after competing in a marathon.

Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral of Lisa Calladine, where Robbie’s hit ‘Angels’ was played as it was one of her favourite songs.

And now the former Take That star has sent out a touching message to fans on Twitter about Lisa, saying; ‘Bye Lisa. Babe we’re all going to miss your presence. Much love, Rob x.’ The tribute has been re-tweeted and liked hundreds of times.

Lisa, 36, died last month just days after completing the Brighton Marathon.

Despite several GP visits expressing her fears that she had deep vein thrombosis, she was sent away and later died of the condition.

Mourners at St Thomas a Becket Church in Warblington dressed in purple as it was Lisa’s favourite colour.

Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams

The Spinnaker Tower also shone purple in her memory.

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