An inquest into the death of a schoolgirl with severe food allergies who died after eating a Pret baguette will get under way as her family said their pain was indescribable.
Natasha Ednan-Laperouse died after falling ill on a British Airways flight to Nice two years ago.
The 15-year-old was travelling with her father Nadim, founder and CEO of WOW Toys, for a summer break.
The inquest into her death is due to take place at West London Coroner's Court in Fulham on Monday.
Her father and mother Tanya described her as a popular girl with a "great sense of humour" who was known for her "contagious laughter".
They said they have not been able to bring themselves to unpack her bag from the trip.
Natasha, from Fulham, west London, died on July 17 2016 after collapsing on the flight from London Heathrow.
Shortly before boarding the plane she had eaten an artichoke, olive and tapenade baguette from a Pret a Manger in Terminal 5, her family said. Despite being administered with two EpiPens by her father, she was declared dead at University Hospital of Nice later the same day.
Representatives from Pret a Manger and BA are expected to give evidence at the inquest, the family's lawyer has said.