Spain mourns the loss of mum of two in London terror attacks

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ONE OF the victims of the Westminster terror attack has been named as 43-year-old mum of two Aysha Frade,
The mum is believed to have been killed as she went to pick up her children aged eight and 11 from school.

She is said to have taught Spanish DLD College London, near the scene of the massacre.
Aysha’s Spanish family come from Betanzos, near the Galician city of La Coruna in the north west.
Her family started receiving calls from London informing them firstly that her documentation had been found on Westminster Bridge. Hours later, her death was reportedly confirmed.

As Aysha had a British passport, the Spanish Embassy had initially said there were no national victims. But soon after it was announced that among the dead was a woman of Spanish origin.
Her older sisters run an English school in Betanzos and she has other friends and family in the area, the birthplace of her mum.
A friend in Betanzos said: ‘She loved coming here and spending time with friends and relatives.’
Several relatives are reportedly travelling to Britain today (Thursday).

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