The two young brothers who were killed in a car crash on the M6 motorway on Christmas Day have been described by the family today as their "precious jewels".
Brothers Adnan Habib, 10, and Mohammed Arsalaan Habib, 4, and Bushra Tazarib were travelling to a family wedding in the Greater Manchester region when they died.
In a statement, the family have paid tribute to the brothers:
The family also paid tribute to their "beloved auntie" Bushra Tazarib:
The mother of the boys, who was driving the Ford Focus and survived the crash, and a relative, who was also travelling in the car and survived, are being supported by specially trained liaison officers.
Earlier today, British boxer Amir Khan revealed that the two children were on their way to a wedding he was attending in Bolton. Khan told The Sun:
The two women who survived the crash on the M6 motorway were discharged yesterday from the University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust confirmed.