Untimely death of a son, daughter or a loved one is difficult for any parent of the world – some keep pictures, some keep their clothes, and then there is Kim Mordue, who got her son’s ashes tattooed on her back.
Her son died after over dosing on the party drug GHB.
Heartbroken Kim, 50, said: “I’ve put Lloyd back where he started – he’s in my body again.
“As soon as I knew it was possible I wanted to have the ashes tattoos as a tribute to Lloyd.
“I spent a long time researching the tattoos and now they and Lloyd will be with me for the rest of my life.
“Everyone has been very positive about my tattoos – my friends and family love them.
“People have been quite excited by it and have said they’d like an ashes tattoo done too. I think it will catch on.”