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The family of a woman who was killed in a house fire have paid tribute to her, describing her as the "life and joy of the party".
Kelly-Marie Watton, a mother to 10 children, was killed after a blaze ripped through a home in Holywell, north Wales in the early hours of Sunday, June 20.
The 32-year-old mum was found on the sofa and identified by police officers using photographic identification.
An inquest into the death of the much loved family member was opened on Monday (June 28) where it was confirmed she died just after 2am – 30 minutes after emergency services arrived, reports NorthWalesLive.
Details of the death were confirmed to Elizabeth Dudley-Jones, assistant coroner for North Wales east and central at Ruthin County Hall.
In a statement released via North Wales Police they said: “Kelly-Marie Watton, aged only 32, was one of six children, having three sisters and two brothers.
“She was the eldest child to Jackie and Paul, she was a mum to 10 very beautiful children who she loved very much.
“She was also a very much adored auntie and cousin.
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“Kelly was very well-known and very well-liked, always being described as 'being the life and joy of the party’.
“She has left her whole family in complete despair and she will be forever missed.”
The inquest was adjourned to a date yet to be fixed.
North Wales Police continue to assist North Wales Fire and Rescue Service in relation to the investigation into the blaze.
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