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Grief-stricken Americans: the family and the widow of slain soldiers visit Lee Rigby Where Engaged Dies a Day After.

With pain etched on their faces, the family of murdered British soldier Lee Rigby today paid an emotional visit to the scene where he was hacked to death.
Drummer Rigby's mother Lyn, stepfather Ian and estranged wife Rebecca looked at the thousands of tributes in Woolwich and left a balloon from his two-year-old son Jack saying 'Dad in a million'.
The relatives arrived at the place where he was killed at 12.40pm. They hugged and comforted each other before crossing the road to look at the spot where he was murdered on Wednesday.
One clutched a teddy bear, while others held baskets of flowers which they left at the scene. They then spent a few moments in reflection, still clutching each other.
And among the masses of poignant messages left in south-east London, one very personal message was placed separately yesterday. Aimee West, his fiancée, laid flowers with a handwritten note.

Looking on: Rebecca Rigby, wife of Drummer Lee Rigby, is accompanied by a relative as she clutches a pig-shaped pink toy as she looks at flowers left at the scene of his death
Looking on: Rebecca Rigby, wife of Drummer Lee Rigby, is accompanied by a relative as she clutches a pig-shaped pink toy as she looks at flowers left at the scene of his death
Heart-wrenching: Lyn Rigby, mother of Drummer Lee Rigby, and his stepfather Ian, view the flowers on display
Heart-wrenching: Lyn Rigby, mother of Drummer Lee Rigby, and his stepfather Ian, view the flowers on display

Reading: Rebecca Rigby (right) stands with her mother Sara McClure (second right, in front of floral tributes
Reading: Rebecca Rigby (right) stands with her mother Sara McClure (second right, in front of floral tributes

Lyn Rigby
Lyn Rigby, mother of Drummer Lee Rigby, holding a teddy bear joins other family members
Mascot: Lyn Rigby, mother of Drummer Lee Rigby, holds a teddy bear and stands with other family members

Reflective: Family members of Drummer Rigby leave after they looked at floral tributes in Woolwich
Reflective: Family members of Drummer Rigby leave after they looked at floral tributes in Woolwich
Lyn Rigby
Lyn Rigby
Observing: Lyn Rigby (holding teddy) is accompanied by Drummer Rigby's stepfather Ian. She had to be helped over the road to witness the exact site where her son was killed in south-east London

From the family: Flowers, pictures and a bottle of HP sauce believed to have been left by Sara, the sister of Drummer Rigby
From the family: Flowers, pictures and a bottle of HP sauce believed to have been left by Sara, the sister of Drummer Rigby

'For my daddy': Flowers and a card tied to a wreath believed to have been left by the family of Drummer Rigby
'For my daddy': Flowers and a card tied to a wreath believed to have been left by the family of Drummer Rigby

Crying: Rebecca Rigby (second right), the estranged wife of Drummer Rigby, reacts with mother Sara McClure
Crying: Rebecca Rigby (second right), the estranged wife of Drummer Rigby, reacts with mother Sara McClure

Drummer Lee Rigby
Flowers
Wife's words: A card attached to a lamp-post (left) and another with flowers (right) were left by Rebecca Rigby

Personal tribute: A framed set of four pictures and a bottle of HP Sauce believed to have been left by Sara, the sister of soldier Drummer Lee Rigby
Personal tribute: A framed set of four pictures and a bottle of HP Sauce believed to have been left by Sara, the sister of soldier Drummer Lee Rigby
In it, she said that Rigby will 'always have her heart' and that he was her 'guardian angel', before signing it off as his 'Princess'.
Miss West, 22, who had flown back to the UK from Afghanistan, wore a green hooded top and an engagement ring as she took her time to read the tributes to her murdered partner.
Hopefully, given the patience and steadfast in this exam.

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