Diane Miller: Perth concrete block attack victim dies, leaving son and family ... trends now
The devastated partner of a pregnant mother, who died after she was allegedly attacked with a block of concrete in a shopping centre carpark, has remembered her as the 'most beautiful and loving person'.
Diane Miller, 30, and her unborn baby died at Royal Perth Hospital just before 2am on Friday after an alleged unprovoked attack at the Waterford Plaza carpark on Manning Rd in Karawara on Tuesday evening.
She leaves behind an eight-month-old son.
Ms Miller's death comes after a candlelight vigil was held at the hospital on Thursday night, with loved ones saying their final farewells.
Her partner Phillip Edmonds said it was tough for the whole family.
'It was pretty difficult to say goodbye and to see her in the hospital,' he said.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for Diane Miller's eight-month-old baby (above) after she died following a brutal attack
An emotional Mr Edmonds said he was trying to stay strong for other relatives.
'I can't breakdown. I have to be strong for them,' he said.
Mr Edmonds affectionately referred to Ms Miller's personality as 'wicked'.
'She's a forgiving person, always loving,' he said.
'She was the most beautiful woman.
'She made me solid and the person I am today.'
The couple had just moved into a new home and were preparing it for the birth of the baby.
'We were making it a real home and setting it up for the baby,' he said.
Mr Edmonds said s he was still in shock over Ms Miller's death, describing it as devastating.
'I'm still struggling,' he said.
'We're too sore to do anything at the moment.
'I will still love her until the day I die.'
Pregnant mother Diane Miller (pictured with her baby) died just