The funeral's been held today of Fiona Anderson, the pregnant mother who took her own life after killing her three children in Lowestoft.
Dozens of mourners attended St Michael's Church in Oulton, near Lowestoft. Miss Anderson, 23, was brought to church in a pink coffin, in a horse-drawn carriage.
Many of the mourners wore items of pink clothing. Tributes were given by Fiona's mother and father, Michael and Kerry Anderson, and a friend. Miss Anderson, who was heavily pregnant when she died in April, was buried with her unborn daughter Evalie Brianna.
Miss Anderson died after falling from the Battery Green multi-storey car park in Gordon Road on Monday, April 15. Her children three-year-old Levina, Addy, two, and 11-month-old Kyden were found dead by police at their flat in London Road South later on the same day.
The funerals of three young children killed by their mother in Lowestoft has been held.
Malcolm Robertson reports.
In their first interview since their daughter's death, Fiona's parents have spoken to Fiona Phillips on ITV's Daybreak about their tragedy.
Today ITV Anglia spoke to Fiona Philllips, who campaigns to raise awareness of mental illness.
About 100 people have turned up to light lanterns in Lowestoft in memory of a mother and her children who died in the town on Monday.
The family of Fiona Anderson were among those who gathered on the seafront this evening.
The body of the 23-year-old, who was pregnant, was found at the bottom of a multi-storey car park in Lowestoft. Her three young children were discovered dead at their home later that day.