A heartbroken mum who found her pregnant daughter dead in bed fears she may never know what happened to her "princess".
Jacqueline Sanderson’s daughter Rosanna was 14 weeks pregnant when she was found dead in bed last September.
Despite a post-mortem being carried out, results were inconclusive – with pathologists telling the grieving mum they had no answers to why Rosanna died.
Jacqueline, from Glasgow, Scotland, said she since found out Rosanna was having a baby girl and takes comfort in the fact she didn’t die alone, reports the Daily Record.
She said: “Rosanna died the true princess she was. She went to bed, went to sleep and never woke up. That’s the only way I can accept it.
“We don’t know why. They can’t find an answer. It was nothing to do with the pregnancy. But we’re no further forward four months down the line and I don’t think I’ll ever get closure now.
“I want people to remember what a beautiful girl she was and it gives me peace that she went with her baby, which was all she ever wanted.
“Yes, it’s sad I never got to meet my first granddaughter Lilly – but she didn’t go by herself.”
Hairdresser Rosanna was found dead by her mum and father to her baby, Oliver.
She had woken in the early hours of the morning to text her mum and call Oliver, but never mentioned feeling ill.
Jacqueline, 49, said her daughter had previously complained of pins and needles and sore legs.
The heartbroken mum also listened to on NHS 24 call Rosanna had in the weeks before her death complaining of feeling numb from her elbow to her armpit.
Jacqueline said: “The fiscal came back to reassure me the pathologists are trying to find an answer but nothing is showing up at all.
“March 8 would have been her due date. I find it hard to even imagine what she would look like now as she would be heavily pregnant and due to have her precious wee girl in eight weeks time.
"But she wouldn’t want me to fall apart so I need to pick myself up for her sake.”
The devastated mum is now raising money to buy a mobile home at a Scottish beauty spot to give other grieving families some respite.
She has been fundraising for “Rosie’s Little Haven”.
Jacqueline added: “I just want it to be somewhere people can go at that difficult time.
"It is so important to have that time and it will be something positive that can continue in Rosanna and Lilly’s name.”
Top news stories from Mirror Online
Source: Read Full Article