Dev­as­tated mum says boys were her ‘heart and soul’

South Wales Echo - - NEWS -

THE mum of two five-month-old triplets who died in a tragic ac­ci­dent has opened up on her dev­as­tat­ing loss in a trib­ute to her “beau­ti­ful ba­bies”.

Noah and Char­lie were found un­re­spon­sive at home in the Wild­mill area of Brid­gend last Satur­day morn­ing.

South Wales Po­lice have said their deaths are not be­ing treated as sus­pi­cious and a post-mortem ex­am­i­na­tion to de­ter­mine what may have caused their sud­den deaths is due to be car­ried out.

Noah and Char­lie leave be­hind their sur­viv­ing brother, Ethan.

In a trib­ute from their mum, she said: “We are dev­as­tated at the loss of our two beau­ti­ful ba­bies, who, along with their brother Ethan, lit up our world. Noah and Char­lie were my life, heart and soul.

“They were the hap­pi­est ba­bies, they al­ways had a smile for everyone and made everyone smile back.

“I would give any­thing to hold my beau­ti­ful boys, to see them smile, hear them laugh or even hear them cry. I am com­pletely lost and heart­bro­ken with­out them. It feels like I’ve lost my limbs.

“Noah and Char­lie, along with their brother Ethan, were my world and life will never be the same again.

“I am proud every day to call all of them my sons and feel priv­i­leged to have been able to love and hold them.

“I love you – my beau­ti­ful baby boys – I al­ways have and al­ways will. You will never be for­got­ten. “Lots of love your mummy xx.” There was also a state­ment from other mem­bers of the boys’ fam­ily which said: “Words can­not de­scribe how empty we feel at this aw­ful time.

“We would like to thank ev­ery­body for their kind words and for their of­fers of sup­port which have meant so much to us.

“Now we re­spect­fully ask to be left alone, as a fam­ily, to grieve in peace.”

A po­lice spokesman said: “The five­month-old chil­dren were con­veyed to hos­pi­tal where trag­i­cally they were later pro­nounced de­ceased.

“There are no sus­pi­cious cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing the deaths which are be­ing treated as a tragic ac­ci­dent.”

An on­line fundrais­ing page set up by the boys’ god­mother has raised more than £7,600 for the fam­ily.

Mov­ing trib­utes have been posted on the page.

One said: “Very, very sad. There are no words to help the pain you are feel­ing, Noah and Char­lie are now lit­tle an­gels in heaven and will al­ways be in your hearts for­ever. My thoughts are with you all.”

An­other said: “My heart breaks for you, pray­ing strength and com­fort and peace, I’m so sorry for your heart break­ing loss, stay strong, love and bless­ings.”

To con­trib­ute to the fundrais­ing cam­paign, visit www.gofundme.com/ for-lit­tle-noah-and-char­lie

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