Australian Miss Universe finalist Sienna Weir has died aged 23.

The Sydney model’s family confirmed the news and paid tribute to their ‘angel’ following her shock and tragic death.

It was reported that a decision was made to take her off life support after she suffered an accident a few weeks ago.

It is understood that it was a horse riding accident.

“We loved with a love that was more than love,” her partner Tom Bull stated.

Friends and family took to her final Instagram post, which was shared in April, to pay their condolences.

A friend wrote: “Heaven has gained the most beautiful angel today. I’ll miss everything about you Siena, I love you.

“Miss you much lil gremlin,” one pal said while another heartbroken friend commented: “Rest in peace angel.”

Her agency, Scoop Management, shared a video containing a series of photos of the Miss Universe finalist.

“Forever in our hearts,” they said.

Photographer Chris Dwyer also paid tribute to Sienna, calling her a ‘kind soul’.

“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,” he said.

“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.

She was hoping to move to London to be with family as well as to grow her professional and social networks.

Sienna was one of 27 finalists of the Australian Miss Universe in 2022.

In an interview with Gold Coast Magazine, Sienna previously discussed her love for horse riding.

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