Chloe's mum described her grief as "a searing pain that won't ever recover". How do we mend our shattered lives? Simon Callander said his life was "unrecognisable" since Georgina's death and a "black cloud follows him".
She had "long hair, like candyfloss", which is where her nickname "Flossy" came from. Twenty-two people were killed in the bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in May The couple from South Shields were "two beautiful, young people with so much love in their hearts", they said. Her "secret passion" was writing music, he added. She was as "bright as a button", he added, and enjoyed art, taekwondo, swimming, ballet and football, made lots of friends and was "always laughing".
His uncle described how the family was left with an "empty, hollow feeling" knowing they would "never enjoy the camaraderie" again.
Earlier the father of Georgina Callander told the inquiry his daughter had an "unmistakable laugh" and a "heart as big as the moon". Ms Curry explained that Liam's dad Andrew had died eight weeks before the bombing.
Mrs Curry spoke of her year-old son being a Mancchester cricket player", and an avid cyclist who also loved to ski. Chloe's father, Mark, said he "loved how our daughter had found herself a real young gentleman". Over the next two weeks, the relatives of the 22 people killed in the Manchester Arena bombing will provide a personal insight into the lives of their loved ones and how their lives were changed forever.
Their love for each other was getting stronger and stronger.
Mr Mullen told the inquiry Philip was "different, family-loving, thoughtful, caring, with a recognisable smile and a cheeky grin". She said Liam's death had caused "unbearable pain which has no ending, no relief, no break, no calm".
He said his year-old daughter "had such a musical ear", and had a "secret passion" for writing music. Chloe's father Mark Rutherford said his daughter was "a very beautiful young lady with her life ahead of her". The truth is we og.
The year-old had travelled to Manchester from Gateshead with his mother June, his partner Deborah Hutchinson, and her two daughters, including Courtney Boyle, 19, who also died in the bombing. Mrs Manchesyer told the inquiry: "Only eight weeks after the loss of his dad, evil ripped out our families' hearts and stole our baby boy.
Chloe Rutherford's mother and father and Liam Curry's mother said they wanted to "tell their love story".
Liam's mother Caroline Curry spoke of the year-old being a "fine cricket player" and an avid cyclist who also loved to ski. Manchester Arena attack inquiry media caption'A love story about two bairns who fell in love' The families of teenage couple Liam Curry and Chloe Rutherford have spoken of how the two were "made for each other" and had "so much hxir for their lives together".
She was his rock. Chloe's mother Lisa Rutherford asked: "How do we make the world turn again?
The truth is you can't," she told the inquiry. Several photographs of the couple were played on a slideshow, documenting their time together. Families are presenting "pen portraits" to the inquiry to give an insight into the lives of those who died.
You can also send story ideas to northwest. An unbearable pain that has no ending. She added: "Liam had Chloe at his side following the death of his dad.
She had passed all her exams with distinction, which felt like another "dagger to the heart" because of "all that potential snatched away," he said. Attending cricket clubs from the age of six, Liam became friends with a boy called Scott Rutherford, who brought his sister Chloe for support. How do you mend our shattered hearts?
A slideshow of photographs documenting Liam and Chloe's lives were also shown on screen at the hearing at Manchester Magistrates' Court.