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Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan once said she she was 'not going to live that long' and would be happy if she reached 50.
The Irish rockstar, whose death aged 46 in a London hotel this week was today described by police as 'not suspicious', had battled depression throughout her career and attempted to take her own life in 2013.
In deeply personal interviews with her friend, journalist Barry Egan, in 2014 she told of her fears that she wouldn't live into old age. I mean that.'She made the comments when she was in what Mr Egan described as 'such a sad state'.
She said she had to tell herself to slow down and not to feel guilty, adding: 'Because I am not going to live that long. Writing in Ireland's Sunday Independent in 2014, he said he had 'genuinely feared for her life'.
But, in an insight into her fragile mental state, she had returned to her old self the following month, looking healthy and with her eyes 'sparkling', he wrote.
Father James of St Alibe’s Church, where Delores prayed and is to be buried alongside her father’s grave, said her siblings and mother Eileen were ‘devastated.’He added: ’They have no idea how Delores died.
They received a phone call with the news and are in shock.
She was here only last week.‘I visited the family and prayed with two of her brothers.
I met Delores when she came to church with her mother.
'There were no airs or graces about her being a celebrity and all that.