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In an interview with The Sun on Sunday, the 41-year-old described taking his children Cuillin, six, and Lejla, four, to see Matilda The Musical.He said: 'That moment of the kids' wide-eyed awe and wonder was beautiful to see.'But all of those amazing moments are tinged with sadness because I love who my kids are, what they're experiencing and their joy in life, but I also know that their mother is missing out on all of it.'Mr Cox said the shock of losing Jo insulated him and kept him bust in the first year after her death and that living without her is getting harder rather than easier.Jo Cox had been Labour MP for Batley and Spen, the Yorkshire constituency in which she was born, for just over a year when she was killed on June 16, 2016, in the middle of the EU referendum campaign.She was 41; energetic, smiley, compassionate; a wife, and mum to children then aged five and three. Thomas Mair, a 52-year-old loner and Nazi sympathiser, riled by her support for refugees, shot her outside her constituency surgery then stabbed her repeatedly with a dagger, saying: 'Britain first.Then the dreadful finality of the news from Jo's sister, Kim, as the train travelled north: 'I'm sorry, Brendan.She's not made it.'Even as he confronted the unimaginable reality of his wife's death, Brendan knew she would want him to envelop their children in love, and unite the country against the hatred that killed her.Jo Malone English Pear and Freesia is a blend of fresh crispy-smelling pear, which, by the way smells absolutely juicy, heart note of Freesia, base note of Patchouli and also background of Wild Rose, Amber and woods. If you can risk taking it in the check-in, well and good, but the whole flight, I worry if the bottle is going to break. BEST OF IMBB: How To Make Vitamin C Serum At Home | 7 Best Pigmentation Creams in India | 8 Natural Products to Add Volume to Thin, Fine Hair | 8 Ways to Tighten Sagging Breasts | How to Remove Pimple Marks from Face | Top 10 Shampoos for Dry and Rough Hair | 8 Best Drugstore Foundations That Do Not Oxidize Would I Repurchase/Recommend Jo Malone London English Pear and Freesia Cologne? It hasn’t lasted that long on me, but this may last longer on other people. Best of IMBB: Best Hair Serums for Dry Frizzy Hair | Homemade Hair Regrowth Oil to Prevent Hair Loss | How To Lose Fat From Face in 30 Days | Homemade Face Pack for Instantly Bright and Glowing Skin | 10 Products To Get Rid of Skin Pigmentation | 7 Ways To Make Black Lips Pink!Please read on to know more about one of my favorite cologne. The sensuous freshness of just-ripe Pears is wrapped in a bouquet of white Freesias, and mellowed by amber, patchouli and woods. Inspired by a walk in an orchard secluded within a walled garden, English Pear and Freesia is an evocative fragrance of delicate contrasts: the crisp skin of the Pear against the succulent juiciness beneath and the clarity of the season’s first mists, meeting and melding with the warmth of golden, dappled sunshine.
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Murdered MP Jo Cox's husband has spoken about his struggle with her death and said every amazing moment he shares with his children is 'tinged with sadness.'Brendan Cox is preparing to spend his second Christmas without his wife who was shot and stabbed to death by a Nazi sympathiser in Leeds in June 2016.
'The thing I find the hardest, the thing I wrestle with the most, is what Jo is missing out on,' he said.
When I told them, it was almost unbearable to end the charmed innocence of their lives.' A year after his wife's death in June, Mr Cox told the Daily Mail how he spent half term at his cottage on the Welsh borders with his two young children, Cuillin, six, and Lejla, four.
The absence of Jo left an aching emptiness: the previous May had been their last glorious holiday there as a complete family.'Jo had talked about it being the happiest time of our lives,' he recalls, 'and when we went back this time we slept in a tepee, canoed and made jam and elderflower champagne as we'd always done, and it was idyllic.'Then, when we were leaving, I watched the kids running along the riverbank holding hands, and it was a moment both of happiness and the most acute pain, because you realise what they're missing and what Jo's missing, and that's the hardest thing to bear. Jo is gone for ever.'We went to Kenya at Easter, and I remember Cuillin saying . .' He pauses, blinks away tears and continues, 'I remember him saying he wished his mum hadn't died as she would have enjoyed it so much.''We talk about her all the time.