Mum shares heartbreaking video cuddling daughter, two, days before Christmas after toddler killed in caravan fire

A MUM has shared a heartbreaking video of her cuddly two-year-old daughter just days before Christmas after she was killed in a fire.

Louisiana-Brook Dolan died from smoke inhalation following the horror at Sealands Caravan Park in Ingoldmells, Lincs, in August.

Her mum Natasha Broadley and three of the toddler's siblings managed to escape the holiday home as it went up in flames.

Natasha has now posted a touching video of Louisiana cuddling her as she faces her first Christmas without the youngster.

Louisiana can be seen smiling as she kisses Natasha and holds her hand in a bed with her siblings.

The mum said: "She was always beside my side she wouldn’t let her own sister or brothers cuddle me.

"She makes me smile of her ways she had so loving and caring and always had the biggest smile and showed all her teeth with it.

"My Louisiana love u millions."

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The mum also shared a special Christmas decoration angel with Louisiana's name on it.

She wrote: "It’s the little things in life that mean the most. Am dreading Christmas without u my princess.

"Miss u my Louisiana love u so so much xxxxx".

Louisiana-Brook had been on holiday at the park when the tragedy unfolded.

Her gran Donna Broadley previously posted a series of heartbreaking snaps of the beaming youngster as she enjoyed her time away.

She also shared a poignant image this week on her Facebook page of Louisiana beaming in her Peppa Pig pyjamas.

Donna said: "Pj s I brought Louisiana last year for Christmas Eve xx peppa pig was her favourite xx sweet dreams baby x".


Louisiana was laid to rest in September in a tiny Peppa Pig coffin featuring an image of the cartoon animal.

Flowers from the cortege also featured Peppa Pig and Care Bear wreaths.

Natasha gave a moving eulogy where she described Louisiana-Brooke as "the smallest of my babies, my beautiful tiny tot."

An inquest at Lincoln Coroner’s Court heard Louisiana-Brook died from smoke inhalation.

Lincolnshire Police confirmed the investigation is ongoing and will be for "some time".

A GoFundMe page has been launched to help Natasha – known as Tash – and her family following the tragedy.

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