The heartbroken parents of seven-year-old Aishwarya Aswath, who died in hospital, have welcomed a baby girl.
Suresh Rajan, the spokesman for Aishwarya’s parents, Aswath and Prasitha, announced the happy news on Facebook and Twitter.
“Fabulous news and the parents have asked me to convey this on their behalf,” he wrote on Monday.
“At 8.52pm tonight at KEMH, Aswath and Prasitha welcomed a baby girl into their family.
“Everyone is doing well. They thank all staff at KEMH and everyone involved in this wonderful event.
“In our culture and tradition, a naming ceremony will occur 28 days after the birth.”
The post attracted many replies of well wishes for the family.
“So very thrilled for them. Her big sister will be smiling down on them all,” one person wrote.
Another person commented: “May all blessings be on this child and her whole family.”
Aishwarya developed a fever on Good Friday last year and was taken to Perth Children’s Hospital the next day, but had to wait about two hours in the emergency department before she received treatment.
She died soon after from multi-organ failure due to fulminant sepsis.
The birth of the baby comes just weeks after Aishwarya’s parents sat through a nine-day inquest into her death at the WA Coroner’s Court.
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