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Heartbreak as ‘brilliant’ young mum found dead by boyfriend two days after Xmas

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Tributes have been paid to a "brilliant" young mum who was tragically found dead by her heartbroken boyfriend just two days after Christmas.

Silhesha Sunderland was found by her partner Marc Stott at their Manchester home on Sunday morning (December 27).

It is still not confirmed how the 22-year-old died, but her family believe she may have got out of bed to go to the toilet during the night and collapsed.

Marc found her in the morning.

Silhesha was described as a "brilliant mother" to two-and-a-half year old twins Aliyah and Hugo and a "kind-hearted girl" who was "one of a kind".

Heartbroken mum Vicky said: "We don't know how she died yet and we are just waiting on the coroner's report.

"Her boyfriend found her in the morning and tried to resuscitate her. She must have got up in the middle of the night to go to the toilet and collapsed.

"I am so broken I don't know how I can carry on but I know I've got to be strong for my grandchildren."

Vicky said Silhesha had only recently moved to her new home and had been settling in, enjoying decorating and organising her new house before tragedy struck.

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Vicky added: "She was just so happy.

"She has twins who are two-and-a-half-year-old – Hugo and Aliyah – and she was a brilliant mother to them.
"She spoilt them rotten and she was such a kind-hearted girl."

In a heart-breaking tribute, her friend Abby Holt said: "We have known each other all our lives. There's no words to describe Silhesha, she was a one of a kind.

"If you needed something she would be there and if you needed someone to speak to, she was there.

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"She would always make anyone laugh, no matter what the situation and when she walked into the room everyone's face lit up.
"She was absolutely amazing, you'll never get another like her."

Georgia Ashmore, who set up a JustGiving page to help the family with funeral costs, said Silhesha was "loved by everyone."

The JustGiving page has currently raised more than £6,000 of a £7,000 target in just two days of being active.

Georgia added: "We just want to raise as much as possible to give Silhesha the send off she deserves and to help Marc and those beautiful babies."

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