The grieving mother of student Libby Squire has paid a heart-breaking tribute to her beautiful baby girl.
Lisa Squire took to Facebook saying her heart was broken at the loss of the 21-year-old student.
Police say Libby may have been murdered before her body was dumped in the Humber Estuary.
Mrs Squire thanked Libby for making me a mummy in a poignant post that has received thousands of messages of support.
She affectionately called her daughter Pie and wrote: My baby girl is gone. Gone forever.
No more birthdays with us. No more Christmas days with us. No more family time all together.
No family should have to endure that. No sisters should have that special girl they have known for all their time on this earth taken from her.
No 11-year-old brother should have his idol taken from him. No dad should have his first born little girl, his princess, taken from him.
No grandparent should lose their first born grandchild child. No aunt and uncle lose their first born niece. No mother should have to watch her family go through all of that.
Libby, originally from Wycombe, was last seen at 12.09am on 1 February around the Beverley Road area after getting dropped off in a taxi.
Her disappearance sparked a massive manhunt, lasting more than a month.
An inquest is due to open next week into her death and a cause of death has not yet been revealed.
Flowers have been laid by friends, family and strangers at the bench where she was last seen alive.
It is just a few hundred metres from her student home.
Mrs Squire revealed the crushing moment she had to inform Connor, the absolute love of Libbys life that she had died.
She added: There have been so many low points but by far the worst point was having to call Connor, the absolute love of her life, and tell him I am so sorry the girl you love the most in the world has gone.
The girl you planned to be with for the rest of your life, the boy she planned to be with for the rest of her life. He made her happy.
She made him happy. That made me happy.
My heart is broken for her friends. The friends she knows and loves because they are my friends babies. Watching your children become friends with your friends children is a special thing.
Those little people who came in to her life when she was pre-school and are still there.