The daughter of a woman killed in the Manchester terror attack has paid a heartbreaking tribute to her mum.
During her tribute to Michelle Kiss, 12-year-old Millie said: ‘I ask myself everyday why do the good people get given the worse things.’
According to metro.co.uk, the mum-of-three was killed by the blast as she waited for her daughter in Manchester Arena after the Ariana Grande concert.
Michelle’s husband Tony and their children Dylan, 20, Elliot, 17 and Millie walked behind the hearse at her funeral at St Alban’s Catholic Church, in Blackburn, Lancashire.
Hundreds of mourners attended to pay tribute to the 45-year-old, with her daughter making a tragic speech.
Millie said: ‘I can’t even put into words how much you are missed.
‘I ask myself everyday why do the good people get given the worse things.
‘Life is going to be so different without my mum by my side, but I am going to remember you, mum, with your beautiful smile and pretty face and sparkling eyes.’
Her dad Tony added: ‘Our lives have been changed forever by these horrific events but we are asking people to please choose love, because that’s what we as a family are doing now.’
Millie Kiss’ tribute to her mum
All our family and friends are missing you so much. You were taken away too soon and should definitely not have been.I can’t even put into words how much you are missed.
Elvis (the family dog) is missing his treats and his walks with his Mummy and Rocco is wondering what is going on.
I ask myself everyday why do the good people get given the worse things.
Life is going to be so different without my mum by my side, but I am going to remember you, mum, with your beautiful smile and pretty face and sparkling eyes.
You will never ever be forgotten – not by anyone.
I know we only knew each other for 12 years, but it felt like a lifetime.
I love you all the way to the moon and back and a billion times more.
My mum was such a loving wife, a caring mum, fantastic sister, a beloved daughter and the best friend anyone could wish for.
My mum would sit down and listen to anything that people were saying. She had time for anyone and everyone.
Anyone would wish for a friend like my mum.
I hope life is better where you are now my beautiful angel, Mum.