A MODEL spoke about her "last breath" in a haunting Instagram post shared seven years before her tragic death.
Prior to her death, Niece had deleted nearly all of her Instagram posts, leaving only three on her account.
Her final social media post was a selfie which appears to have been taken in her car and was uploaded on March 25, 2022.
The only two other posts on her Instagram page are a short clip of Niece dancing with a dog in her arms in January 2017 and an engagement photo of her and a man she wanted to "spend the rest of my life with."
In the third, Niece uploaded a heartwarming photo to Instagram of her and an unidentified man embracing each other on June 27, 2015.
She wrote alongside the photo: "From our very first date, I knew this was the man I want to spend the rest of my life with.
"Even still, there is nothing that could have prepared me for the elation I felt when he asked me to be his wife.
"My love, you are all I will ever want. I will love you with my entire heart until I take my last breath."
The model concluded the caption with the following hashtags: #love #pensacolabeach #holyballswereengaged.
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The post, which obtained nearly 3,000 likes, did not specify who Niece was photographed with.
It is unclear at this time who Niece was engaged to.
Niece died by suicide after worrying fans by deleting most of her Instagram posts.
Her family told TMZ: “Sadly, Niece took her own life after a long battle with mental health issues.
Police told the outlet that they received a call from a relative to check on Niece at her home.
Family members described the model as “beautiful and kind, and sensitive and funny."
Relatives have said that she's "reunited" with her dad and grandparents.
They told the outlet: "While it is so very painful to say goodbye, we take comfort knowing she is reunited with her father, her three grandparents, her Uncle Rusty, and her beloved Puff; and that she is now free to be herself and, finally, at peace."
Authorities said Niece's body was found after a concerned family member called the police asking them to check on the 31-year-old.
Niece's body was located in her Houston, Texas, home in May.
TMZ learned a nonprofit called "Peace from Niece" will be created in her memory to spread awareness on mental health and raise money for mental illness research.
The influencer had more than 4.2million followers on Instagram.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.