An Essex councillor is appealing for help to find out what happened to her "beautiful, much-adored" daughter after she was found dead in Heybridge.
Police are not treating the death of Natalie Lewis-Hoyle - whose father is House of Commons deputy speaker Lindsay Hoyle - as suspicious.
The 28-year-old was found at a property in the Beeches Road area at 6.45am on Friday, December 15.
Both her parents have issued statements through Facebook.
Miriam Lewis, who is a councillor for Maldon, called Natalie "my only child, my mini me".
Chorley MP Mr Hoyle made an announcement through his Twitter feed at lunchtime on Saturday.