The girl's grandmother described how she was a "very chatty, very funny" girl. Speaking to the Daily Mail Debbie McClatchie said:
She was very chatty very funny, very clever. She was such a lovely girl I don't know how we're going to live without her.
She was thrilled to start nursery, she made us call it school because that's where the grown up children went and that's what she wanted to be.
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