A mother and daughter died holding each other tight to squeeze the nightmare of the Grenfell fire away, their family said.
Mohamednur Tuccu, 44, his wife Amal Ahmedin, 35, and their three-year-old daughter Amaya Tuccu-Ahmedin, all died in the June 14 blaze last year.
Mother and daughter were found next to each other in the 23rd-floor lobby, while the body of Mr Tuccu was recovered from close to the nearby leisure centre.
Amna Mahmud Idris, 27, was visiting her cousin Ms Ahmedin at the time of the fire and also died.
Ms Ahmedin's sister, Winter, broke down as she remembered how excited she was to see her three-year-old niece grow up into an "amazing" person. She told the public inquiry how her sister, who had shared the same bedroom, would hold her tightly as a child when she had bad dreams to squeeze the nightmares away.
Winter, whose last name was not given, said "cheeky" Amaya was the love of her mother's life and her sister Ms Ahmedin was an incredible mother.
"Motherhood brought out a layer of her personality that we were all in awe of," she said, adding that her capacity to love was "unmatchable".
She was joined by around a dozen family members on the stage as she made her tribute.
Ibrahim Toukou, Mr Tuccu's brother, remembered how his sibling would always tell him not to worry when he confided his problems.
Mr Tuccu was a respected employee who always went the extra mile at work, his employers told Mr Toukou.
Speaking in a pre-recorded video, he told of his devastation that he and his brother were unable to ever meet together with their families.
His daughter, now seven, was desperate to meet Amaya and would kiss photographs of her cousin whenever she saw her picture.
He stayed in contact with his brother over Facebook, he said.
He said he had not told his children of their relatives' deaths, instead telling them the trio had gone on a trip.