A mom left a heartbreaking Facebook post for her five children minutes before her body was found badly burnt on a beach in Anglesey in Wales.
Lisa Williams sent chocolate, her necklace and a Valentine's Day card to her kids on February 12 before she was discovered on Newry Beach.
The 31-year-old, who lived in Holyhead, penned an emotional note in the card with the Welsh word Cariad – which means "love" – inscribed on the front.
Inside the card for her children, Williams had written,
She posted pictures of the gifts on Facebook alongside a a parcel-tracker notification text she had received on her phone.
Countless people have left touching tributes to the mom under her Facebook post. One wrote,
Police said she suffered bad burns to her body, and she was pronounced dead at the scene.
According to the Daily Post, authorities have also said the death is not suspicious, but it is believed formal identification is yet to take place.
On the day that Williams's body was discovered, a police spokesman issued the following statement:
According to District Inspector Jason Higgins, of Llangefni Police Station, authorities are currently in the process of locating and informing Williams's family of these tragic circumstances.
Citations: 'SEE YOU ALL SOON, I PROMISE' Mum leaves her five kids a Valentine's card and chocolate before her body is found burnt on a beach (The Sun), 'I love you with all my Welsh heart' ... Tragic Anglesey mum's Valentines message to her five children less than an hour before she died from severe burns (Daily Post)