A very special princess who has been taken way too soon

a very special princess who has been taken way too soon

East Cowes Isle of Wight Thursday 2nd June 2016 A vigil has been held in East Cowes this evening (Thursday) following the tragic death of a six year of stolen Princess 6-year-old Keziah Flux-Edmonds.
Over 100 members of the shocked community gathered outside the family home on Cromwell Avenue this evening to pay their respects following the death of the Queensgate Primary School pupil.
Local church minister Revd Allie, said a prayer for Keziah with little girls class mates alll saying armen.

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“Dear Keziah,
“I only knew you for a short time but in that time you made me smile and laugh a lot.
“You were a beautiful, bright little girl and wherever you are I hope you are still happy and smiling.
“RIP sweet girl”.
One tribute reads:
“A very special princess who has been taken way too soon. We will treasure every moment spent with you”.