The mother of murdered teenager Alice Gross has said she may never recover from the loss of her daughter.
Rosalind Hodgkiss spoke movingly of her family's grief almost a year after the 14-year-old's death.
Her family have now spoken in detail for the first time.
Mum Rosalind told ITV News that she was struggling to cope with Alice's death.
"What changes is your ability to manage it. Feelings don't go away. But perhaps the face you put on gets tougher," she said. "You get a slightly thicker skin. I don't think you ever really recover."
Rosalind said she missed "everything" about Alice - and that she tried to keep as busy as she can to keep her mind occupied.
This includes charity fundraising.
The family chose the charity Youth Music, she said, because Alice's life was "very much about music".
"It was her passion," said Rosalind, "We're trying through the charity fundraising to honour her memory. Youth Music is a fantastic charity."
Alice's sister Nina Gross told ITV that she still thinks of her "kind and funny" sister every day.
Nina said the community's support has helped her family during the past few months.
Rosalind says she tries to keep as busy as possible to help keep her mind occupied.