Fifi Box pulled out of her popular radio show on Tuesday following the news that her daughters's half-sister Jaimi Kenny had died.
Jami, whose father Grant shares two daughters with comedian Fifi, lost her battle with an unspecified illness at age 33 on Monday.
Addressing the news during their The Fox 101.9 Melbourne breakfast show on Tuesday, Fifi's co-hosts Brendan Fevola and Byron Cooke said the show 'must go on' despite the profound tragedy.
In mourning: Comedian and presenter Fifi Box, 43, pulled out of her popular radio show on Tuesday following the news that her daughters's half-sister Jaimi Kenny had died overnight from an unspecified illness. Pictured with her daughters Trixie, seven, and Daisy, one
'Well Fi is away today but the show must go on,' Byron said.
'We're a team, we're one and one, we're going to mould into one and just nail it,' Brendan added, continuing: 'If we're in the Titanic, I've got my arms around you, I'll carry you bro.'
Fifi, who shared a close relationship with Jaimi, has not publicly commented about her tragic death.
Absent: Addressing the news during their The Fox 101.9 Melbourne breakfast show on Tuesday, Fifi's (centre) co-hosts Brendan Fevola (right) and Byron Cooke (left) said the show 'must go on' despite the profound tragedy
Family connection: In 2013, Fifi (right) welcomed her first child Trixie with Jaimi's father Grant, 57. Fifi - who had a close friendship with her ex's adult children, including Jaimi (left) - did not acknowledge Grant was the father of her daughter until 2016. Pictured in 2017
Jaimi's three-time Olympian mother Lisa Curry, 58, and former Ironman Grant Kenny, 57, separated in 2009 after 23 years of marriage, before finalising their divorce in 2017.
Fifi and Grant dated for several months in 2012, before the couple welcomed daughter Trixie via IVF in 2013.
Fifi, who had a close friendship with Jaimi, did not acknowledge Grant was the father of her daughter until 2016.
Doting half-sister: Jaimi previously babysat half-sister Trixie (pictured together in 2015) while single mother Fifi was at work.
Devastated: On Tuesday, Lisa Curry, 58, (right) released a heartbreaking statement about the death of her daughter Jaimi (left), who lost her battle with a long-term illness on Monday at the age of 33
It comes after Lisa released a heartbreaking statement about the death of her daughter Jaimi on Tueday.
The 58-year-old former competitive swimmer spoke of her 'unbearable' pain in a gut-wrenching Instagram post on Tuesday.
'Our hearts are completely broken. Our beautiful daughter Jaimi has lost her battle with a long-term illness and passed away peacefully in hospital yesterday morning with her loving family by her side,' Lisa began her post, which was interspersed with pink floral emojis - an ode to Jaimi's 'love of flowers'.
'Bright, caring and loving soul': The 58-year-old former competitive swimmer spoke of her 'unbearable' pain in a gut-wrenching Instagram post on Tuesday (above). Her post was interspersed with pink floral emojis - an ode to Jaimi's 'love of flowers'
Lisa's update comes just hours after her ex-husband, former Ironman Grant Kenny, announced that their 'caring, bright and loving' eldest child had died at Sunshine Coast University Hospital. The family hasn't revealed the exact cause of death.
Lisa continued: 'So loved. So beautiful. So kind to everyone... So painful. I can barely breathe.
'Jaimi will forever be remembered as a caring, bright and loving soul who always put others before herself. Her love of flowers, cooking, art, decorating, photography, babies, the beach, and helping others will always be remembered.
'Our hearts are broken and the pain is unbearable but we cherish every wonderful moment we got to share with our treasured and so loved first child.'
Tragedy: Lisa's update comes after her ex-husband, Grant Kenny, announced that their 'caring and loving' daughter had died at Sunshine Coast University Hospital on Monday morning. The family hasn't revealed the exact cause of death. Pictured: Lisa and Jaimi in an undated photo
Lisa thanked 'the paramedics, support staff and the incredible team' at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital for the 'extra time we were able to spend with Jaimi'.
She added: 'It goes without saying that this is a very difficult time for our family and all who knew and loved Jaimi so very much.
'Rest in peace, my beautiful baby. I will miss you every sunrise, I will miss you when the sun is shining and the birds are singing. I will miss you when the clouds are dark and stormy and when the rainbow appears. I will miss you when I close my eyes. I will miss you when I open my eyes. I will miss our long hugs and long chats. I will miss watching, feeling and knowing your love for your sister and brother, your little nephew, Cleo, your Ma and dad.'
Lisa concluded: 'I just can't believe you're not here anymore. I sit