THE PARENTS of two children who died in the tragic house fire in Prestatyn have paid tribute to their "little stars"
Steve Allen and Jonty Lewis, who lost four-year-old Bailey and two-year-old Skye in the blaze on Maes y Groes on Friday night, have had their world overturned.
The pair have been left devastated after two of their four children died, along with Steve's sister, Lee-Anna and her 15-month old son Charlie.
In an emotional tribute, Steve said: “They were our world. Bailey with his cheeky smile and Skye was just beautiful. They were the most amazing kids in the world. Their smiles used to light up our day. They were such little stars. They were always so happy, they were a joy and loved everything about life.”
Bailey had recently started the nursery at Bodnant Community Infants School, while Skye attended the playgroup there.
“He loved to race me to the school gate,” said Steve, who has lived in Prestatyn for the past 16 years.
"Bailey loved Scooby Doo, Moshi Monsters and his building bricks, and Skye was a girly girl who loved dollies, nail varnish and particularly her wellies which she wore all the time.
“We are a very close family, who always do stuff together. My sister doted on the children. She was a fantastic auntie and mother to Charlie and we know she would have done anything to save her little kiddlets as she called them.”
“The children were all such little stars, we just hope that they are all together and that they all sleep well. We know their spirit is here, because everywhere we look they are here,” said Steve looking at all the pictures on every wall in the house.
Steve added: “The support we have received has been amazing. We want to thank everyone, specifically all the neighbours who tried to save all their lives - my sister and the kids. We know Liam tried to save them too. Everyone went above and beyond to help and we know this tragedy has broken everyone.”