This is the first picture of a 13-year-old girl who died hours after falling ill – as police say her death remains unexplained.
Eboney Cheshire died in the early hours of Monday morning after being taken ill at a house in Rainhill, Merseyside, at around 11.40pm on Sunday night.
Her mum Kerry Williams has spoken of her heartbreak after her young daughter’s death.
Kerry said she has been left "broken" and said she "can’t think of life without" her, reports the Liverpool Echo .
In a heartbreaking statement she said: “My beautiful baby girl, I love you with all my heart.
"I am broken and can’t think of a life without you.
"I don’t want to see tomorrow, I just want you back in my arms.
"You are my best friend, so funny, full of character and so popular. I’m broken without you and our lives will never, ever be the same."
Devastated Ms Williams added: "My baby girl, I love you more than life itself and your brother is heartbroken.
"Fly, my beautiful princess. Your mummy is heartbroken.
"I hope you realise how much I love you and how I would have swapped places with you in a heartbeat
"I begged them baby girl, but they wouldn’t let me. xxxxxxxxxx
“We all want to thank everyone who came and supported us in the balloon release and now ask that we are left in peace to grieve."
The teenager, who was a pupil at Rainhill High School, was rushed to hospital in an ambulance but was pronounced dead at 1:20am on Monday morning, December 3.
Merseyside Police, yesterday, released the results of a post mortem examination into the young girl’s death.
A spokesperson for the force said: "The cause of her death remains unexplained pending forensic analysis and the investigation is ongoing.
"The scene has now been closed and the family is being supported by officers and other partners."
Those who knew Eboney were invited to release balloons in her memory at Penny’s Pit, in Rainhill on Tuesday night.
A post on Facebook, alongside a picture of the teenager, read: "There will be a balloon launch in memory of the young girl Eboney who tragically passed away at the weekend.
"Everyone is welcome to go and show their support to her family and friends at this sad time."
John Pout, executive principal of Rainhill High School said: "We have been advised of the very sad news that one of our pupil’s passed away at the weekend.
"Advice and support is being offered to pupils throughout the school.
"Our thoughts are with all the family and we offer our most sincere condolences."
Anyone with information is asked to contact our social media desk @MerPolCC or you can call 101 with reference 1163 of 2 December.
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