The teenage daughter of the co-founder of telephone answering service Moneypenny has been found dead on holiday on Mallorca.
Sky News reports that Josie Clacher was staying at a villa in the town of Alaro with family and friends when she was found at the bottom of the pool on Tuesday.
Paramedics tried to revive the 18-year-old using CPR but she was pronounced dead at the scene.
It is reported she had gone out with friends the night before she died.
Rachel Clacher, Josie's mother, co-founded Moneypenny, which is reported by Sky to be valued at over £100m.
Moneypenny handles an estimated 1.3m calls a year for over 1,600 property firms across the UK. The firm was established in the year 2000 and handles 15m calls and live chats annually on behalf of other clients across a range of industries.
Everyone at Angels Media and the Today industry newsletters send their condolences to the Clacher family.