A “BEAUTIFUL” mum-of-five who was perfectly healthy has died suddenly leaving her family heartbroken.
Claire Bevan, 31, passed away on Sunday leaving her partner Rob Jones and their children devastated.
Her family has paid a heartfelt tribute to her and described her as a “diamond with everyone’s children and a “second mum to all”.
According to the Liverpool Echo, it is not yet known how the well-loved mum, from Widnes, Cheshire, died.
A post-mortem examination will be carried out to try and determine how the care worker died.
She has been described as the "most selfless and caring person" who "put everyone before herself".
Rebekah Pill, who set up a GoFundMe page wrote: “She was the most selfless person and the most caring, nothing was ever to much for her, she put everyone before herself and wouldn’t ever expect anything back.
“We all know she will be dancing in the sky with her beautiful mum watching over everyone.
“Rest in paradise an angel taken back far too soon.
“She was a diamond with everyone's children like a second mum to all.
“She has sadly left behind a devoted loving partner Robert and their five amazing young children.
“She was also a massive part of our Halton Borough Wolves family, who her little boy plays for. She loved watching him play and wouldn’t miss a game hungover or not.”
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Her brother-in-law Gavin Nevitt told the Liverpool Echo: "I've known her since I was 15 and she was like my best friend and my sister.
"It's just so overwhelming to be honest. She had an impact on everyone she met."
The GoFundMe page has already raised more than £4,500.