The latest episode of ‘Ready to Love’ revealed Joy Hutton lost her baby sister, Giana Hutton. But what happened to Giana?

Joy’s loss left viewers emotional as the show highlighted the death of her sister. In the previous episode, viewers were warned about “bad news” in advance. However, no one was prepared for what the show had in store for them.

What happened to Joy’s sister Giana?

The exact cause of death for Giana Hutton is unknown. However, Joy had opened up about her sister’s death on Instagram. “On 9/15/2020, I lost my sister unexpectedly after talking to her minutes before. Even in her final moments, in true Giana fashion, she was doing for others. She was on her way to buy a wedding gift for a friend.”

She continued, “And in her final words, she was still trying to be the boss of me and tell me how to live my life. She was so protective of her big sister as I was of her. Even though we were six years apart, our bond was unbreakable. This hurts so much. My life will never be the same without her. She was my other half.” A couple of days after her death , Joy shared a picture with her sister.

In a heartfelt caption, she wrote, “I love you every day and now I will miss you every day. On 10/1, we celebrated the life of my sister Giana @ladygnh. I am so grateful for the outpouring of love from her friends and colleagues. She was a walking beam of light.”

She continued, “It’s going to take a long time for me to have peace with her leaving this Earth. It still doesn’t seem real. I will cherish the time and the memories we did have with one another.”

Joy’s recent tribute to her sister Giana:

Joy took to social media to share the last family picture that was taken with her sister Giana. “Although my little angel @ladygnh is in Heaven now, I am so grateful for this photo. This was the ONLY family photo we had taken in our entire lives last Christmas. I’m so glad we did because we will never be able to be duplicate it,” she wrote about the family picture.

She continued, “Every day without my sister is hard. Grief doesn’t go away, you just learn how to push through and manage your day-to-day. My heart is with those who have lost loved ones – it’s a void that will never be filled.”

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