Thursday, 8 May 2014

HATIMAYE MAMA ALIYEWAUWA WANAWE WAWILI AREJEA KWAO BAADA YA MIAKA MIWILI.

A mother who killed her two children while suffering from postnatal depression has been seen at her £1.5million home with the husband who stood by her throughout the tragedy.
Jewellery designer Felicia Boots suffocated the couple's ten-week-old son Mason and 14-month-old daughter Lily days after the family had moved into their new home in south west London, in May 2012.
Boots, 36 was suffering postnatal depression at the time and was under the delusion that her children were about to be taken away from her by social services.
Felicia Boots, 36, who killed her two children while suffering from postnatal depression, has been seen for the first time since the tragedy with her banker husband Jeff, 36
Felicia Boots, 36, who killed her two children while suffering from postnatal depression, has been seen for the first time since the tragedy with her banker husband Jeff, 36

Mrs Boots was suffering from post natal depression and feared her children would be taken away when she suffocated her ten-week-old son Mason (pictured) and 14-month-old daughter Lily
Mrs Boots was suffering from post natal depression and feared her children would be taken away when she suffocated her ten-week-old son Mason (pictured) and 14-month-old daughter Lily
Mr Boots had returned home to find his wife sitting in darkness, and his children lying side by side on the floor of a walk-in wardrobe
Mr Boots had returned home to find his wife sitting in darkness, and his children lying side by side on the floor of a walk-in wardrobe



Felicia Boots, pictured, was supported by her husband after she admitted two charges of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility in October 2012
Felicia Boots, pictured, was supported by her husband after she admitted two charges of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility in October 2012
Police at the family home. Mr Boots told officers at the scene that his wife was a good mother and he 'could not believe that she would do such a thing'
Police at the family home. Mr Boots told officers at the scene that his wife was a good mother and he 'could not believe that she would do such a thing' 
Daily Mail

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