Son of Tunisia attack victim Sue Davey in poignant tribute for minute's silence

In an emotional Twitter tribute, Conor Fulford says his mum told to him to "make sure I looked smart no matter what"

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The young son of a victim of the Tunisia beach massacre has paid a series of poignant tributes to his mother ahead of the minute's silence to remember those killed.

Conor Fulford made an emotional tribute to Sue Davey on Twitter, saying that, although the advice on what to wear had been smart/casual, he would instead wear a three-piece suit because his mother had always said "to make sure I looked smart no matter what".

In a series of touching tweets, Conor said that watching his mother's body being repatriated to RAF Brize Norton on Friday would be "tough" - and that his attire would be anything but "casual" for the occasion.

On Friday morning, Conor posted a photo of the his three-piece suit on Instagram, and wrote: "Let's go see our beautiful mom home."

Sue Davey, 42, was from Tamworth, Staffordshire and on holiday in Sousse with her partner Scott Chalkley, from Derby.

Mr Chalkley, 42, was also killed in the attack when Isis-inspired gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire with an automatic weapon on a busy tourist beach.

Sue Davey, killed in the Tunisia hotel shooting, is pictured with her son Conor Fulford in a Facebook post


Following the attack, Ms Davey's son launched a appeal on Twitter for information about her whereabouts, after he thought he saw her on a Sky News report.

He then tweeted that he was "sorry to tell you we lost my mother Sue Davey tonight", adding: "Love you always mum, I've go my teddy bear you got me tonight, rest easy".