South East Londoners and their mothers this Mother’s Day

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It’s Mother’s Day – and it’s a day to appreciate how special our mothers really are.

Some are gone but never forgotten, and others are still there to remind us of how wonderful they are and how much we care about them.

We asked News Shopper readers to show us their favorite pictures with their moms – and we feel warm looking at all the beautiful pictures.

Here we have collected some of the special photos.

Chris Wilkinson

photo: Chris Wilkinson

Gill Divers

Gill said: “My beautiful mother passed away three weeks ago.

“I miss her so much and will always love her.

“Her funeral is next week.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Gill Diversphoto: Gill Divers

Linda Hooper Atkinson

Linda said: “My mother and I about 20 years ago.

“She passed away 14 years ago and I still miss her every day.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Linda Hooper Atkinsonphoto: Linda Hooper Atkinson

Val Matthews

Val said: “me and my dear mother”

This Is Local London: Photo: Val Matthewsphoto: Val Matthews

Lorraine Oram

Lorraine said: “My mother Jean, 93 doing the father-daughter dance for my late father at my wedding.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Lorraine Oramphoto: Lorraine Oram

Catherine Hooker

Catherine said: “My wonderful mother sadly passed away suddenly on 27/11/18 on 27/11/19. We had a scan and found that I was 12 weeks pregnant with twins. They were a gift from her.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Catherine Hookerphoto: Catherine Hooker

Karen Smith

Karen said: “Me and my mum June.

“She sadly passed away on 24/3 so this Mother’s Day will be even harder to be so close to the day I lost her.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Karen Smithphoto: Karen Smith

Kerry Brennan Jordan

Kerry said: “My mother and I have been reunited after the lockdown.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Kerry Brennan Jordanphoto: Kerry Brennan Jordan

Emma Nicholls

Emma said, “My mommy helped me when I became a mom 18 years ago.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Emma Nichollsphoto: Emma Nicholls

Amy Elizabeth

Amy said: “My mother is my grandmother and this is us at Longleat in 2020 after being shielded for months.”

This Is Local London: Photo: Amy Elizabethphoto: Amy Elizabeth

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