‘FLY HIGH BABES’: Fiancé’s tribute to British mum-of-two, 29, who died on romantic getaway to Spain

A 29-YEAR-OLD British woman has died while holidaying with her husband-to-be on the Canary Island of Lanzarote.
Mum-of-two, Emma Pender from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, was confirmed dead on October 30 by emergency services in Lanzarote.
Details surrounding Ms Pender’s death remain undisclosed.
She had allegedly been staying at the H10 Rubicon Palace in the Playa Blanca area of the island before her sudden death on Tuesday 30, the final day of her holiday.
Pender was holidaying with her fiancé, Neil Capewell, at the time of her death and that the couple had flown to the island seven days earlier.
Mr Capewell has taken to Facebook to pay tribute to his late fiancé: “Emma, you meant the world to me and I can’t believe you have gone. I love you with all my heart and I will never stop loving you.
“I miss you so much and miss everything about you my life isn’t going to be the same without you, fly high babes. Love you so much”
The Foreign Office has since confirmed: “Our staff are supporting the family of a British woman following her death in Lanzarote.”
M. Pender’s death notice states: “Tragically passed away on Tuesday, October 30 whilst in Lanzarote aged 29 years.”
“Much loved and loving mummy to Ashley and Elle, much-loved daughter of Carl and Angela, dearly loved partner of Neil, special sister to Amy.”

TRIBUTE: Neil’s message to his late fiance. Photo credit: Facebook

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