This is the first picture of the two-year-old girl who died in a horror caravan fire at a busy seaside holiday resort.
Louisiana was with her mum Natasha Broadley and three older siblings when the blaze ripped through their static home at Sealands park in Ingoldmells, Lincs.
The family were celebrating Natasha’s 34th birthday when the tragedy happened on Monday night.
Natasha and three of her children managed to escape safely, but the youngest daughter, Louisiana, tragically passed away.
The children’s grandmother today said their hearts are broken after the loss of the “baby of our family”.
Donna Broadley said she was looking after her daughter, who is a single mum-of-four from Newark, Notts, following the devastating fire.
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Donna wrote in a Facebook post today: “Thanku so much for all your comments. Tash and children are here.
“Our hearts are broken as wee wee was our baby of our family.
“These pictures was her last day hving fun . Tash gave her everything she was her right leg.”
Sharing a news story of the caravan fire last night, she wrote: “Our baby!”
“Our hearts are broken. We as a family will be here for tash and my grandchildren xx (sic).”
A gofundme set up for ‘Natasha and her babies’ says: “As yesterday’s tragic news has broken all our hearts .. only god knows what pain Natasha and her children are going through right now .
“There life has been torn apart in a million ways .
“There baby sister so tragically taken from them all .. if only we can give Tasha some peace at this time by helping her in any way u can would be so appreciated . Please donate anything u can. (sic).”
Police were called to reports of a fire at 10.30pm on Monday night, where a caravan was ablaze.
The mum and three children received medical attention at hospital and have since been released.
About 50 people from surrounding caravans were asked to leave their vans amid the incident.
Other holidaymakers tried to rescue Louisiana but were unable to get inside the blazing caravan.
One said: “It was scary how quickly it went up.”
Detective Inspector Jo Fortune, Senior Investigating Officer, earlier described it as “a devastating incident for all involved”.
A statement by the force added: “This is particularly harrowing, with a family losing a child, and we’d ask that people remember those victims and not share footage online.”
Investigations are continuing into the cause of the fire.