A popular manager of a Liverpool nightclub has sadly died from coronavirus at the age of 34.
Tributes have been paid to Alex Lennie, the former manager of Kingdom Liverpool, who lost his battle with coronavirus on Saturday evening.
The 34-year-old was described as "an amazing dad" and "one of life's good guys" by his former colleagues at the venue.
He leaves behind his daughter Bella and his heartbroken family and friends.
In a statement, a spokesperson for Kingdom Liverpool, Gary Bond, said: "Alex worked with us for around five years at Kingdom.
"He started as a Bar Tender before becoming Bar Manager.
"A fantastic guy who got along with everyone and was always firing his bar team up before a big night.
"A great father to his daughter Bella, who was his world.
"We will miss you Alex RIP."
A tribute was also posted to Mr Lennie by Kingdom Liverpool on the club's Instagram page today.
It read: "Absolutely devastated that former manager and a loyal member of staff who was with us for many years has lost his battle with this horrible virus last night.
"@alex_lennie was one of life's good guys.
"An amazing Dad who always talked about his daughter and an all round decent fella.
"He leaves behind his daughter Bella, a devastated family and many heartbroken friends.
"Gone far too young RIP.
"We will be doing some fundraising soon. x"
Tartleton Academy also posted a tribute.
The school said: "We are truly saddened to hear the news that Alex Lennie, one of our alumni, lost his battle against the coronavirus yesterday.
"We remember Alex as a young man with a great sense of humour and a big heart.
"To Alex’s family and friends, we offer our warmest condolences; we are deeply sorry for your loss.
"Please know we are thinking of you during this difficult time and where we are if you need us."
To donate to the fundraising page set up for Mr Lennie's family click here.