Amy Gregory, from Pontypridd, sadly passed away over the New Year period to the devastation of her friends and family.
The glamour model, known widely as her work alias Chloe Love, was described as having a “gentle heart and a lovely laugh” by those who knew her.
A fundraising page was made in memory of Amy to help her family with funeral costs as well as raise awareness for mental health charities.
Through the generosity of the public, the family announced that they have now reached their target and raised enough money to cover the cost of the funeral.
In an update on the page, they say: “We have managed to reach our target and raise enough money to cover the cost of the funeral, with additional money for little things like pink balloons and flowers to make Amy’s farewell that little bit more special.
“Amy’s dogs will be leading the funeral cars for some of the journey on the day, and we ask that everyone wear something a little pink in their outfit, as a nod of honour to Amy and her favourite colour.
“Once we have been given a date for the funeral, I will put an update on here and on social media to let you know when the funeral is.”
The family added that only a small number of people are allowed inside the crematorium due to Covid rules, but urged anyone who wanted to to stand outside and pay their respects.
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Ms Gregory’s mother Karina paid tribute to her daughter saying: “Amy was a smart, ambitious, witty young woman with a gentle heart and a lovely laugh.
“At 24 Amy had experienced more than most at her age. She was a resilient, strong, and beautiful girl who had overcome a lot of struggles and made the most of her short life.
“Her family will miss her dearly. We will miss her laugh, her perfect smile, her cheek, her humour, and her bubbly personality.
“Although we will never get over losing Amy we will carry on together and keep her memory alive in our home and in our hearts. We hope that wherever Amy is now she feels at home, safe, loved, healed, and free.”