A mother of four who called herself “Lady and the Tramp” when she left her husband and fell in love with a homeless person died suddenly.
Louise Morecombe, 37, met the rude sleeper Stuart Jonas, 41, in 2017 after setting up a charity named “Swindon Homeless Volunteers” in Wiltshire.
The couple fell in love and Louise left their decade-long marriage to help Stuart, who lived on the third floor of a Debenhams parking lot, change his life.
However, it emerged that the mother of four died suddenly on Friday morning, prompting emergency services to be called to a house in Redhouse, Swindon.
Stuart, who was engaged to Louise, paid tribute to his partner.
He said, “She was such a beautiful, brilliant, caring and generous person.
“How could I not fall in love with her?” We fell in love and became a couple.
“Lou took me out of the street. I was homeless, living in a parking lot without any hope. I was lost.
“Lou and the group she founded found me, helped me, supported me, took me down the street.
“She saved so many people. She has helped so many people get out of the streets.
“She was just a beautiful person. She’ll miss me. I don’t know what I’m going to do without it. I’m lost. ”
Speaking to The Sun last year, Louise said the couple jokingly called themselves “Lady and the Tramp”.
She said, “It was like a Disney movie, I finally have a happy ending.
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“I only saw one sweet soul. I had good conversations with Stuart, he made me feel special.
“I found my soul mate – it turns out that he lived in a parking lot. ”
Wiltshire police said that Louise’s death was not suspicious and that a coroner’s report would be prepared.