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If you take a child out of hospital without checking it out you have to contact the authorities. ’ are so overwhelming you are forced to live in the present. “There is nothing a doctor can tell you because there are so many uncertainties, and you have to get your head around that”. I can remember feeling quite ecstatic for parts of day and then incredibly low.” Ella-Jayne spent Christmas and New Year at home.Anyone could have taken that child out.” Murray says they coped by taking each day “on a minute-by-minute basis. “We knew she wouldn’t last for ever but we didn’t know she was going to die.
She said: "I think if we hadn't created a charity, the Murray Parish Trust, in memory of our daughter, then things wouldn’t have worked out so well for us." The actress added that the charity gave them something to focus on and was a positive factor in their relationship.Their latest event to support the hospital is The Odd Ball, at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington on November 28.Murray says: “We are reaching out to corporate sponsors, and London because the hospital will cater for it.The 48-year-old star has now revealed that the tragic death of her daughter left her heartbroken.She also admitted that it almost caused her marriage to her husband James Murray to break down.We had a peaceful Christmas at home, just the three of us.
She had an oompf of energy in the way people do before they die; she took every bottle of every feed.
“When Great Ormond Street and Evelina’s are full, children are sent to the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) in Southampton.
But it only has 13 beds at the moment and the next closest place is in Birmingham, so parents end up having to commute there to see their children.” Parish and Murray organised a fundraising auction at the Groucho Club in February, to which Tracey Emin, Jonathan Yeo and the Chapman brothers donated pieces.
Jim was in charge of watering — he fetched water from a creek with snakes in it with heavy buckets in the raging sun.” Now they have another daughter, Nell, who is about to turn five. We just tell her she had a sister called Ella-Jayne who died because she had a poorly heart.
She accepts it and will point at pictures of her and say ‘that is my sister’.” By coincidence, Nell was born in the same hospital room as Ella-Jayne. “The whole thing happened again, like a carbon copy.
You panic and will look for blame everywhere; you want someone to answer a question that can never be answered.” But having dealt with the same hospital, Parish says: “I know they are 100 per cent professional.