Girl, 2, who died in caravan park fire laid to rest in Peppa Pig coffin as devastated mum breaks down in tears

THE heartbroken mum of two-year-old girl killed in a fire at a caravan park wept as she was laid to rest today in a Peppa Pig coffin.

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



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

Natasha broke down in tears today at an emotional funeral service for the tragic toddler.

Louisiana was laid to rest 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.

A tiny pony carried a cart with a sign reading "Goodnight Wee Wee", which was Lousiana-Brook's nickname.

Mourners lined the streets to pay their respects as Louisiana-Brook was taken to her final resting place at St Mary Magdalene Church in Lincoln.

Natasha said previously: "Anyone is welcome to come as all the love and support for me and my children and family has been unbelievable and the colour theme is pink or lemon for my baby girl.

"Thank you so much, big hugs from me, no children allowed.”

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

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

The grieving relative said the touching images showed the toddler on her "last day having fun".

She said: "Our hearts are broken as 'wee wee' was our baby of our family.

"Tash gave her everything, she was her right leg.

"Our hearts are broken.

"We as a family will be here for Tash and my grandchildren."

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

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

Police inquiries are ongoing with the cause of the fire still being investigated.











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