Mum's tribute for two baby triplets found dead after 'tragic accident'
The mum of two baby triplets who passed away last week has spoken out about her loss.
Five-month-old Noah and Charlie were found dead in their south Wales home last week.
The third triplet, Ethan, was perfectly healthy.
The infants' mother has since paid tribute to Noah and Charlie through South Wales Police.
She said she is "devastated" by the loss of her sons, and that they were "my life, heart, and soul."
"They were the happiest babies, they always had a smile for everyone and made everyone smile back.
"I would give anything to hold my beautiful boys, to see them smile, hear them laugh or even hear them cry.
"I am completely lost and heartbroken without them it feels like I've lost my limbs.
"Noah and Charlie, along with their brother Ethan, were my world and life will never be the same again.
"I am proud every day to call all of them my sons and feel privileged to have been able to love and hold them.
"I love you - my beautiful baby boys - I always have and always will. You will never be forgotten. Lots of love your mummy xx."
— Cardiff TV (@CardiffLocalTV) September 25, 2017
Noah and Charlie were found unresponsive at 10.05am on September 23.
The babies were taken to the Princess of Wales Hospital where they were pronounced dead.
A post-mortem is expected to be carried out soon, but it is believed that Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) was the cause of death.