A Swedish student who was found sleeping rough on the streets of Rome has moved home and is living with her father, he has revealed.
Embla Jauhojarvi, 21, who was reunited with her family in November 2016 but initially refused to return home, has been living with father Tahvo in Stockholm since August.
Jauhojarvi, whose face was plastered across the papers after she was mistaken for Madeleine McCann, is healthier, happier and wants to restart her studies, he said.
Embla Jauhojarvi, a student from Sweden who was found homeless on the streets of Rome in 2016, has returned home to live with her father
Jauhojarvi's face was splashed across the papers after people questioned whether she could be Madeleine McCann, prompting father Tahvo to track her down
Speaking to the Sun, Tahvo said: 'She's living with me again. She can have a better future... and plan a little bit better. There was always hope.
'It was very nice because I was missing her so much and everything went very well when she came back again.
Tahvo said she initially refused to speak with him in Swedish and would not return home, but came back in August last year
'She wanted to start studying again so she's waiting for information from the university, she hasn't got that yet.
'I think she will start to read law school or economics or something like