The parents charged with the murder of their six children in a house fire in Derby have appeared at Nottingham Crown Court.
All of the children aged between five and thirteen died from smoke inhalation. 55 year old Mick Philpott and 31 year old Mairead Philpott were remanded into custody.
Mick Philpott, 55, and his wife Mairead, 31, appeared at Nottingham Crown Court charged with murder following the blaze at the house on Victory Road in Allenton, Derby, on May 11.
Their children Jade, John, Jack, Jessie, and Jayden all died in the fire. Their brother Duwayne, died of his injuries in Birmingham Children's Hospital two days later.
Mr Philpott, who wore a white sports vest top, stared down at the floor in the dock while Mrs Philpott, wore a blue sweater and her red hair loose.
No applications were made for bail.
They will next appear at Nottingham Crown Court on June 18.
Mick Philpott, 55 and his wife Mairead, 31, have been remanded into custody at Nottingham Crown Court charged with murder after their six children died in a house fire in Derby on May 11.
Michael and Mairead Philpott - the parents of six children killed in a house fire in Derby - are due in court again today. Yesterday they appeared before Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court accused of murdering their children and were remanded in custody.
Today they are due to appear before Nottingham Crown Court today.
A mother who's been charged with the murder of her six children killed in a house fire in Derby has a tattoo of their names on her arm.
The names of dead siblings Duwayne, Jade, John, Jack, Jesse and Jayden Philpott could be seen as she was driven away from Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court.
The parents of six children who died in a house fire in Derby have appeared at Magistrates' Court today after being charged with their murder.
Jane Hesketh was at the court this morning and sent this report.
The parents of six children killed in a house fire in Derby appeared before magistrates this morning charged with their murder. They were remanded in custody.
During the brief hearing, a woman in the public gallery had to be escorted from the court by police and court officials for shouting abuse at the couple.
As he was led away, Michael Philpott blew a kiss to friends and family.