A trapeze artist died tragically after a fall and hit his head during a practice session.
29-year-old Guadalupe Videla was rushed to hospital in the Spanish city of Beasain, but died hours later.
The talented artist fell and hit her skull to the ground after jumping around 5ft.
She reportedly missed the safety mat below her centimeter and had only just joined the Il Circo Italiano troop after arriving from Andorra.
Circus bosses described Guadalupe as “an angel” and said “she made the impossible possible” with her performances.
In a statement, the Circus said, “We know she will continue to show off her beauty and talent and the fantastic smile she has always given us from heaven.
“We will always miss the way she made the impossible possible.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. Guadalupe will always be in our hearts. “
Originally from Uruguay, Guadalupe was a popular trapezist who performed for crowds around the world.
She lived in Spain during the coronavirus lock, which has only just relaxed.
Devastated, a good friend said she hoped her boyfriend had become an angel and told her to “wear her wings and fly so high where sadness never reaches you”.
Paola Tapia said, “Fly your wings and fly so high where sadness never reaches you.
“Fly so fast that you will overcome your setbacks.
“You lived your life the way you wanted and you traveled the world the way you wanted.
“You were happy and you became an angel, my friend. Follow your path with those wings you’ve always dreamed of.
“We will miss you so much. My heart is broken, but you would tell me, ‘My friend is not crying.’