Mum of Olivia Campbell-Hardy killed in Manchester terror attack: 'She's still with us and sends us signs'
CHARLOTTE AND PAUL HODGSON PAY TRIBUTE TO THEIR DAUGHTER OLIVIA CAMPBELL-HARDY WHO WAS KILLED IN THE MANCHESTER BOMBING
In an emotional interview, Charlotte, 37, and her husband Paul, 48, joined us to talk about their pain at losing daughter Olivia, who was killed at Manchester Arena in May. along with 21 other victims.
Charlotte said they are planning a very different Christmas this year and opened up about how are they coping with their tragic loss.
'It's different every day, some days we will have good days other days we will have awful days,' Charlotte revealed.
'People see us all the time smiling and being happy, that's because that's what Olivia was and we want to make people smile. It's hard when you lose your daughter, very hard. But we have to keep going on, she would not want anyone sat around crying she would want us to go and fight.'
Charlotte and Olivia's step-dad Paul got married recently and Olivia was very much part of their special day. Charlotte also had a microphone tattooed onto her chest in memory of Olivia who loved to sing. A small amount of Olivia's ashes were mixed into the ink.
Charlotte said: 'I get much comfort, the signs we've had over the last few months. It's really comforting just to know that she is still there with us.'
'Before she died Olivia lost her TV remote and couldn’t find it anywhere, we turned her room upside down.
'After she had passed away we were out with a friend and they came back to use the toilet and her TV was on, no one was in the house, and right in front of her TV was this remote. It was almost like she had put it there to tell us she was still there.'
Watch the video to see the the full emotional interview with Charlotte and Paul.