A mother-of-two collecting her young children from school was one of the terror victims mown down on Westminster Bridge, it emerged today. College worker Aysha Frade, 43, was on her way to meet her two daughters, aged eight and 11, when she was knocked down and killed by the suspected Islamist terrorist’s car.
She was one of four people killed in yesterday’s attack, which left many others were hurt. Today her family said they had “completely fallen apart” following her murder. Mrs Frade worked at nearby DLD London College. She was born in Britain and grew up in Notting Hill but her family are from Betanzos near the Galician city of La Coruna, where her elder sisters run at a language academy.Several relatives were today travelling to Britain following her death. A close family friend added: “She was a beautiful mother and she really didn’t deserve this. She was the friendliest, nicest person you could meet. Everyone is shocked and devastated. She will be missed by everyone.”