Young Newlywed Dies Suddenly in Husband’s Arms on Honeymoon, Doctors Stunned

A young woman has tragically died on her honeymoon after suffering a massive brain aneurysm while on honeymoon in Europe.

Madison Noronha, from New South Wales (NSW) in Australia, passed away in her husband’s arms in the Netherlands.

Noronha collapsed unexpectedly while the newlywed couple was walking through Amsterdam on Wednesday.

She was rushed to a nearby hospital where she underwent emergency brain surgery but doctors said “nothing could be done to save her.”

During the surgery, doctors reportedly said they were stunned by what they saw.

“The doctors could not believe the size of the aneurysm and nothing could prevent this from happening and nothing could be done to save her,” her husband Kyle Noronha wrote online.

“Madi fought like she always does right to the very end,” he added.

“She passed away in my arms surrounded by all her loved ones at 10:59 pm here in Amsterdam.

“My darling wife I cannot comprehend what has happened, I’m in a million pieces.

“Forever and always babe.”

A GoFundMe has since been set up by Noronha’s friends and colleagues on behalf of her family to help bring their daughter home and to assist with funeral costs.

The campaign has already raised more than $34,000 in less than a day of opening for a woman who was “loved and cherished beyond measure.”

“We are all left heartbroken, but can’t imagine the pain that Kyle and her immediate family are experiencing,” organizer Taylah Wicks wrote on the GoFundMe.

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“Funds raised will help with flights, funeral costs and to help bring our beloved Madison home to be laid to rest.”

Mr. and Mrs. Noronha were married on April 21, 2023.

In a video from the intimate ceremony, Mr. Noronha is seen tearing up as his wife walks down the aisle.

Madison Noronha was a campaign design specialist for ARN and Wave FM 96.5 for more than two years.

Previously she had worked in media sales for Grant Broadcasters.

She studied Communications and Media at the University of Wollongong where she was recognized for outstanding academic performance.

Wave FM said employees at the radio station are “heartbroken” at the news of Madison Noronha’s death.

Lyndal Rogers, who worked with Mrs. Noronha, said she was “rocked” by the news.

“Early Saturday morning, our work family was rocked by the news that our beautiful friend Madison Noronha had passed away,” she wrote on Facebook.

“She was on her honeymoon in Amsterdam and suffered a fatal brain aneurysm while walking down the street.

“Now her family has the incredibly difficult task of bringing her home.

“If you find yourself in a position to help, please hit the link below.”

Dozens left messages of support for Mr. Noronha.

“My heart is absolutely broken for you and your families,” one person wrote.

“Madi was so loved and will be missed.

“She was such a beautiful person inside and out.

“Sending lots of love and strength to you all.”

Another shared: “I’m so sorry Kyle.

“She absolutely adored you.

“Thank you for looking after our Madi.

“Sending you so much love and strength.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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