The mum of a little who was killed last week has has paid an emotional tribute to her six-year-old daughter
Keziah Flux-Edmonds, whose mum Nikki described as her “miracle child”, died in a double death tragedy with her father on the Isle of Wight.
Emergency Services were called to the property on Cromwell Avenue in East Cowes, shortly after 10am, and Keziah was rushed to hospital by ambulance but died shortly afterwards.
Keziah Father was also found at the property by Police. The family two dogs where also found and had been killed.
Nikki Flux-Edmonds said: “My precious daughter Keziah was born prematurely on September 9, 2009.
“She was my miracle baby and from the very start she was a remarkable and happy child, full of happiness, life and a kindness and care for others beyond her years.
“She loved to sing, dance and play, she was a member of the Suzanne School of Dance and she loved to swim.
“Most of all she had a passion and affection for dogs that shone from her.
“She loved school and had many friends.
"It was said she was constantly smiling and was always busy, which earned her the nickname ‘Bumblebee’.
“She was loved by friends and family alike and she would give you anything she had if she thought it would make you smile.
“Her greatest desire was to sing Katy Perry’s song, Roar, on Britain’s Got Talent and she would practice every day so she would be perfect and wouldn’t be buzzed off.
“She loved life and had so much to give.
"Keziah was my entire world and losing her has made my world a darker place and has left a void that can never be filled.
“She is and always will be a very special and loved little girl.
"It is true to say that she left a little sparkle wherever she went.
“I am proud to be her mother and feel truly blessed that this special, beautiful girl called me mum.”