A humorous Irish funeral of Ireland Alli MacDonald arrives on Friday, her family is broken heart.
His / her mother-of-four (37), who was from Rathfarnham, Dublin last week, last week.
Her funeral will be held at Dalkey at 11.30am, and then buried at Dungar Cemetery, Roscrea, Co Tipperary.
The funeral, posted on RIP.ie, said that the beautiful model "It's very difficult to lose her children with a broken heart, Imelda, Michael's father, brothers, sisters, brother-in-law, sisters, her grandfather and his grandfather John and Maureen, sisters, uncle, daughters, sisters, cousins, extended family and wide circle of friends. "
He ended up with his "Notation of young and beautiful happiness."
Messages were thrown into for Ms MacDonald after her death.
Autism Chief of Ireland, Samantha Judge, said Ms MacDonnell was a "surprising mother" and an untouched campaigner for autism.
In recent years, she has launched campaigns for Autism Ireland after her young son has been determined by the situation.
"Here at Autism Ireland, we're really very sad and sad when Alli lost," said Ms Judge.
"Alli was a wonderful mother, a beautiful woman, indoors and outdoors."
The close friend, Lisa Burgess, praised your mother four, telling her as "humorous, bad, bad, full of meaning and a very careful and polite".
"She was an amazing mother and she was living for her children and her family amazing," she said.
A regular face on Ireland AM where she had been a model in fashion slots, Alli went to Sienna (2), Harry (9) and had two older teenagers.
Valerie Roe runs a PR group and events. remembers working alongside Alli. "She was one son, her life was hard but she was waiting for her kids, that's my continuing memory."
Death is being treated as "personal tragedy".
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