This is the 'last' video of a pregnant YouTube star who died aged just 24 along with her unborn "miracle" baby.

Posted a day after her death and before her fans were told, the 14-minute clip shows Nicola Thea smiling and laughing as she relaxes in a bath full of milk and flower heads for a photo shoot.

The London-based businesswoman, influencer and dancer was expecting a boy that she and boyfriend Jeffery Frimpong, the 20-year-old street dancer Global Boga, had already named Reign.

She had been chronicling her pregnancy and her excitement about becoming a first-time mum on social media, and was just weeks away from her due date when she died on Saturday morning.

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The cause of death was not announced.

Nicole was eight months pregnant and would have turned 25 on July 29.

Her family said she had pre-scheduled "a few" videos for her YouTube channel and they will allow them to be published following her death.

Pregnant Nicole Thea smiles and laughs as she lowers herself into the tub filled with milk

It was published the hour before news of her death was announced on her Instagram account.

In the 14-minute video, bottles of full fat milk are dumped into a bathtub before Nicole lowers herself in and flower heads and slices of grapefruit are placed around her.

Nicole, whose full name was Nicole Thea Antoine-Annan, died on Saturday morning, her mum announced in a heartwrenching post to her daughter's 100,000-plus Instagram followers.

Nicole joked and laughed as she posed for photos in the tub
The mum-to-be was eight months pregnant when she died on Saturday

Mum-to-be Nicole, who would have turned 25 on July 29, had told her fans she was having a "good pregnancy", and two days before her death had posted a selfie with the caption: "TIRED - MABR3."

The couple announced Nicole's pregnancy on April 19, saying "we are already obsessed with you, our little miracle baby", and two weeks later posted a gender reveal video in which they found out they were having a boy.

She was eight months pregnant when she died at the weekend.

Announcing her daughter's death, Nicole's mum wrote: "To all Nicole’s friends and supporters it is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning.

"Also Nicole pre-scheduled a few YouTube videos and Boga has made the decision to allow them to be aired.

"As a family we ask that you give us privacy because our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has happened.

The soon to be mum was a star on Instagram and Youtube
Nicole, 24, was chronicling her pregnancy on her social media pages
Nicole's death was confirmed this afternoon
Nicole had told how excited she was to become a mum for the first time

"Thank you, her mum.

"RIP My beautiful baby girl Nicnac and my grandson Reign, I will miss you for the rest of my life until we meet again in eternal heaven. Xxx."

Nicole was thrilled when she announced her pregnancy on Instagram in April. She posted a video showing her and her boyfriend dancing as he cradled and kissed her baby bump.

She wrote: "We can’t hide this any longer, secrets out.. GOD gave us the biggest blessing yet.

"I’m finally creating a beautiful little human inside of me. Can’t believe this bubba will be half of me and half of the loml.

Nicole was in good spirits as she posed for photos

"Honestly, @global_boga has been the best support EVER and GOD made no mistakes making him the father.

"We are already obsessed with you our little miracle baby. Thank you for choosing us to be your parents and best friends.

"Mummy and Daddy can’t wait to love, hold and cherish you for ever and ever. #22weeks."

In the gender reveal video, Nicole and Jeffery popped balloons and were showed with blue confetti.

Nicole and boyfriend Jeffery Frimpong, the 20-year-old street dancer Global Boga

She wrote: "We are having a bouncing baby boy family - MR got what he wished for and we actually can’t wait to meet him.

"I actually wanted a girl so she can be a daddy’s girl but now my little prince will be a mummy’s boy.

"Oh lord I’m full of emotions writing this."

In the days before her death, Nicole was posting regularly on Instagram and sharing her excitement about becoming a mum for the first time.

In one video she said she was having a "good pregnancy" and she praised her partner for remaining "so calm" throughout her morning sickness.

Another recent YouTube clip shows her brother and boyfriend rating her maternity outfits.

Nicole ran a company called Thea Kollection, which sells beauty and hair products over the internet.

She had previously attended Walthamstow School for Girls, according to her Facebook page.

Her boyfriend Jeffery had posted a video of himself dancing with a pram early on Saturday.

A caption alongside the video read: "If you believe children are BIG BLESSINGS from God drop some ‘Rrrrrrr’.

"I Can’t wait to be taking my son to the parks & Playground."

The couple met at a dance rehearsal, they revealed in interviews at a screening of the 2019 film Queen & Slim.

Jeffery said she "came in like an angel".

Nicole said she "knew that (he) was the one" as soon as they began speaking.