Tributes have poured in for a young mum who died suddenly at home leaving behind two small children.
Jamie Leigh Twidale, 24, who had epilepsy was found by mum Elizabeth Twidale at home in Suffolk Close, Hartlepool.
It is thought Jamie Leigh may have had a fit shortly after bathing her children Harley, four, and Skyelar, aged three.
Many messages of condolence have been left on the Mail’s Facebook page including Rachael Bird wrote: “Rip Jamie Leigh! You where such a good friend & would do anything for anyone! Have loads of memories of us all in college & you where always up for a laugh!”
Diane Liddle: “How sad rest in peace love & I hope ur beautiful children get lots of presents off santa our deepest sympathy Mr & Mrs Liddle & little Emma.”
Audrey Skeet: “This is heartbreaking as I suffer from this rest in peace.”
Sarah Louise Gibbins: “Soo sad!! R.I.P Jamie Leigh shine bright!! Your a special angel for your children now!!”
Leanne Carroll: “So upsetting reading this rip Jamie, thinking of the 2 beautiful bairns god bless her family n everyone who knew her so sad xx”
Jaki Rutherford: “So so sad thinking of all jamieleighs family, forever young Xxxxx”
Adele Long: “R.I.P princess, god only takes the best. Your 2 bundles of joy are being looked after back down here, a precious gift to your mum and brother. Until we meet again.”
Gemma Rhead said: “Thoughts and prayers go out to all of her friends and family. What a lovely young lady taken too soon. RIP.”
Jamie Leigh’s funeral takes place on Friday, November 11, at St Aidan’s Church at 9am and friends are welcome to attend.
A fundraising web page to support Harvey and Skyelar over Christmas has been set up.