Louis Tomlinson is seen for the first time since the sixth death anniversary of his mum

Louis Tomlinson was able to be seen for the first times since the sixth anniversary of the death of his mother, who died from leukaemia.

On Thursday night, the former One Direction singer, aged 30, was photographed in Newcastle chatting with friends following an album signing session at HMV.

He Enjoyed darts and going outside for a cigarette break about every half an hour, cutting a casual figure while staying warm in the cold December temperatures.

Spotted: Louis Tomlinson has been seen for the first time since the sixth death anniversary of his mother since losing her battle with leukaemia

Evening out: The former One Direction singer, 30, was pictured in Newcastle on Thursday evening chatting with friends after an album signing session at HMV in the city during the day

Louis, solo singer, recently released Faith In The Future. He looked happy despite the difficult memories of his mother.

Louis was photographed at The Wonder Bar, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He wore black trousers and a fleece jacket in burnt orange to keep him warm.

He He slipped on a pair of white sneakers to his feet and enjoyed his time socializing with friends.

Socialising: He Played darts and went outside for a break every half hour or so to smoke, cutting a casual figure while keeping warm in the freezing December temperatures.

Good spirits: Solo singer Louis, who recently released his latest album Faith In The Future, looked in good spirits despite the difficult memory of his late mother

Appearance: Snapped at The Wonder Bar, in Grainger Town, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Louis wore black trousers with a burnt orange fleece jacket to keep him warm from the chill

His appearance was his first since Johannah Deakin’s sixth death anniversary.

After a long battle with leukaemia, the beloved mother died in 2016 at age 43. 

His younger sister Lottie Tomlinson shared a tweet tribute to her late mum to mark her death, while Louis decided against sharing anything on his social media profiles to commemorate her passing.

Casual: He He slipped his feet in a pair white sneakers and enjoyed his time with friends.

Latest: Louis’ appearance playing darts in Newcastle was the first since the sixth death anniversary of his mother Johannah Deakin

Games: Louis enjoyed a night out with friends, and was snapped while playing darts Thursday evening

17-year-old twins Phoebe, and Daisy, took to social media to recall their parents with throwback photos. 

Lottie wrote, emotionally: “6 years since we said good-bye.” My beautiful Mum, my everything and my best friend. I’ll never stop missing you. You would have loved Lucky, I wish you could have met him. 

“Thank you for all the lessons that you taught me and for loving me as you did, so that I can love my son the same way.” Forever grateful, I can’t wait to see you again one day.’

Missed: Johannah is seen with Louis Tomlinson in August 2015, at the height of One Direction fame

 The 24-year-old influencer shared a beautiful picture of her mother and a note saying: ’27th Nov 2016. To my gorgeous princess. The bravest, most powerful eyes in the universe. Love you forever mummy xxx’

Daisy shared a heartwarming picture of herself and her twin sister Phoebe on Instagram. 

She penned: ‘6 years ago i had to say goodbye, this day doesn’t get easier but that’s only a reflection of the love i have for you. I still cherish every moment of our special relationship. 

“I miss you every day. I love you more than you could ever know. Your smile is how I will always remember you.

Family: The Tomlinson siblings -Louis, Lottie, Daisy and Phoebe, Ernest and Doris – lost their mum in 2016 and a sister, Felicite, in 2019 who died of an accidental overdose

“I’ll never stop missing your”: Lottie Tomlinson shared a sweet tribute for Johannah Deakin, her mother, as she celebrated six years since her passing on Wednesday

The Tomlinson siblings Louis, Lottie Daisy, Phoebe & Phoebe, Ernest & Doris lost their mum in 2016. Felicite, their sister, died in 2019 from accidental overdose.

Lottie wept as she thought of her loved ones and spoke out after the losses.

She She admitted that the hardest part was when people didn’t bring them up, for fear of upsetting her in months following their deaths.

She “That’s even harder, because you’ve already lost that person and they’re disappearing because people aren’t talking about them.”

Heartbreaking: In 2016, the beloved mother of the sisters, aged 43, died after a long battle with leukaemia.

The 24-year-old influencer shared a beautiful photo of her mother with a note that read: “27th November 2016”. To my gorgeous princess. The bravest, most powerful eyes in the universe. Love you forever mummy xxx’