A MISS universe beauty queen spoke of her love for horses and shared happy snaps just weeks before her death following a "horse riding accident".
The Australian fitness model Sienna Weir, 23, from Sydney, was on a life support machine for several weeks before it was turned off on Thursday.
It is understood that Sienna died after a horror riding accident according to News.au.
She was riding at Windsor Polo Grounds on April 2 when her horse fell leaving her with serious injuries.
Speaking after her death, heartbroken boyfriend Tom Bull, said: "We loved with a love that was more than love."
In the weeks leading up to her tragic passing, the model shared happy snaps with pals and pictures from recent photoshoots on Instagram.
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Tributes have flooded in on her final post captioned "Daydreaming".
One Instagrammer commented: "Rest in peace my friend. Will miss you."
Another added: "Taken from the world far too soon! RIP Sienna."
The rising star was among 27 finalists in the 2022 Australian Miss Universe competition.
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She talked about her experience during an interview with Gold Coast Magazine last year and revealed she had been riding since a young age.
She shared her experience during an interview with Gold Coast Magazine last year and revealed she had been riding since a young age.
She said: "My family aren't quite sure where this passion came from but I've been horse-riding since I was three years old and can't imagine my life without it.
"I travel to rural Sydney 2-3 times a week to train and compete around New South Wales or broader Australia every other weekend."
Her modelling agency, Scoop Management, shared several photos of the model, stating that she will “always be remembered”.
Photographer Chris Dwyer also posted a touching tribute to the star following her tragic passing.
He said: "You were one of the kindest souls in the world, you lit up the room and the world is a lot darker now that you are gone.
"Hope wherever you are, you're being the gremlin we all know and love.
"Miss you so much already."
The model had a double degree in English literature and psychology from Sydney University.
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It was also revealed that Sienna had plans to move to London to be with her family and further her career.
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