Tribute have been made following the death of a young mother from Glasgow – who leaves behind a young daughter and an army of devastated friends and family.
Jessica Chalmers was hailed as the “best wee mum” and an “amazing” friend as news was shared on Saturday that she had passed away.
Leading the tributes of the tragic young mother was the father of her young daughter, Dylan Jackson.
Sharing a photograph of himself alongside Jessica and their young daughter, he explained that Jessica’s death had come as a shock and he vowed to keep her memory alive.
The Daily Record reports that he wrote online: "In shock to even be writing these words.
"I don’t know how I could ever find a way to thank you for helping me making the most perfect creation in both our lives.
"We truly did make the best wee baba in the world and you will live on in her heart for the rest of her life."
"Sadly it was your time to go and we hope you're in a better place now.
"You were the best wee mum we could have asked for.
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"I will always remind our daughter everyday of how much you truly loved her, and I will never let your memory fade.
"She’ll always know who her mum is. I hope you're dancing in the sky. Rest in peace, Jess."
Friends of the Glasgow-based mother shared their shock and devastating, with one writing: "I am totally heartbroken.
"Thanks for the most amazing nights out. I will miss you mega. I love you lots. RIP Jessica Chalmers."
While another added: "Rest in peace, Jessica Chalmers. You were such a beautiful girl inside and out. I hope you are at peace now."
The Record also reports that Jessica had been friends with tragic Britney Mazzoncini, from the Pollok area of Glasgow, who took her own life on July 7, 2016.
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