A couple who boarded the doomed Malaysian Flight MH370 left their two beautiful little girls behind. Heartbreaking new photos of their daughters have been found, posted online before their parents flight went missing. So sad.
Photos of Malaysian Flight 370 passengers Gu Naijun and Li Yuan with their two little girls have been found online, posted before the two parents boarded the now missing airplane leaving their daughters to be orphaned.
Malaysian Flight Orphans — Left Behind By Parents
There were 239 passengers on board Malaysia Flight MH370 when it went missing on March 8 during a flight to Bejing, China. On board that flight were couple Gu Naijun, 31, and Li Yuan, 32, who were headed home to reunite with their two precious daughters. Unfortunately, that reunion never happened.
New photos discovered by the Sydney Morning Herald reveal Gu and Li — who often went by the “Americanised” names Carlos and Carrie — used the social media website Weibo to share photos of their daughters with family and friends. Gu also used the site to post photos and messages from her daughters to their daddy when he was away on business.
”Dad, I’m playing on the slide now,” one picture of one of the daughters at a playground is sweetly captioned.
”You’ll be rolling all over the floor,” was what would be one of Li’s final messages to his daughter.
The missing couple, who were traveling for business together, reportedly left their daughters with their parents who are still caring for their two orphaned granddaughters as the Malaysian Flight MH370 mystery continues.
Families Of MH370 Passengers In Distress
In Bejing, the relatives of the 153 missing passengers have been staying together at the Lido Hotel waiting for more information about their loved ones and the missing airplane they were on.
It’s been five days since the MH370 went missing, and the hundreds of family members hoping and praying for any sign of the missing airplane are in a constant state of distress. No one can imagine the pain they are going through, and waiting hours and hours every day for even the slightest chance of the plane being found must be absolute torture.
At least seven family members of Li & Gu are stationed at the Lido Hotel awaiting news.
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