A world-famous body-builder has paid tribute to a little princess who has died after a collision on the North Devon Link Road. Aarron Lambo visited North Devon in June for a body-building show, where he met nine-year-old Keira Ball. In a post on his Facebook page, which has more than 700,000 followers, he paid a touching tribute to her. He said: I cant imagine what her dad is going through right now.. I met this gorgeous little girl when I did a guest appearance at the Devon Classic only a month ago. When I say she was happy I mean she was genuinely glowing that day. I just know Keira had such a bright and successful future ahead of her and its such a tragedy her life was cut so short. I got upset this morning hearing this news and I want Joe and the rest of her family to know my thoughts are with them.. Everyone please take something from this awful news and learn from this beautiful little girl. LIFE is random and we NEVER know whats round the next corner.. lets not worry about irrelevant problems and concentrate more on living everyday like its your last and above all make every moment you spend with your children a MEMORY. Keira was pronounced dead yesterday (Tuesday). Her mother and brother remain in a serious condition in hospital. Her father, Joe Ball, paid a beautiful tribute to his daughter this morning (Wednesday) - read the full tribute here. Hundreds of people have been paying tributes to Keira on social media today. On our Facebook page, Steph Griffiths wrote: Wow what brave parents that is how they can make there heart ache a bit better knowing that there little girl is going to make other parents heartache a lot better and that there daughter is living on in someone else thats just amazing r.i.p little angel. Kaz Utley said: No parent should ever have to go through this...so very tragic. Dear little soul And yet another victim if that dreadful road. RIP little Keira and fly high. Condolences and thoughts with the rest of her family. Kiara Magarotto added: What incredibly brave parents to offer other children the gift of life xx A fundraising page set up for the Ball family has so far raised more than £4,000 in a matter of hours. You can donate to the fundraising appeal at: https://www.gofundme.com/help-joe-and-loanna-and-family Add your tributes to Keira by leaving a comment in the box below.