The family of Samantha Eastwood has issued a further tribute to the midwife, stating her 'memory and legacy will live on'.
The statement focuses on Miss Eastwood's career, which the family reveal was her goal from a very young age.
The family also released a photograph of Miss Eastwood after she graduated as a midwife.
And they thanked 'everyone for their support at this difficult time'.
The body of Miss Eastwood was found in a rural area near Caverswall in Staffordshire, on Saturday, following an intensive police search, eight days after her disappearance.
32-year-old Michael Stirling appeared before magistrates on Monday charged with her murder.