A baby boy delivered by paramedics after his eight months pregnant mum was stabbed to death is unlikely to survive, his aunt said today.

Kelly Mary Fauvrelle, 26, was eight months pregnant and 'dreamed of being a mum', according to the relative.

She died in the early hours of the morning on Saturday at her home in Croydon, and paramedics delivered the baby.

Police have not revealed the child's gender but Kelly's aunt says it is a little boy.

Speaking from her home in Crystal Palace, south east London, Rosa Fauvrelle said: "It's my husband's niece. He's at the hospital because they are doing a little blessing because they think the baby might not survive.

"Everyone's on edge and everyone's very short-fused.

"No one knows anything at the moment. We don't know we really don't know what happened.

"Everybody's confused. We know they have arrested a couple of people so we are hoping something is going to come out of this.

"I personally don't know who has been arrested but the family are meeting up today and talking and the police might have names. At the moment they say they can't hand out information.

"We just heard on the news today they had arrested two people.

"Nobody is communicating with each other. So everybody at the moment is very hysterical. Very tired.

"People want answers and we're just not getting anywhere. I know today they have gone to the hospital as they said if you want you can bring a priest in.

"I think that's what they are doing. I don't think the baby is going to make it. I think a decision has to be made on that today.

"All Kelly wanted was to be a mum. That's all she wanted. When she found out she was pregnant I think that really lifted her spirits.

"She was a sweetheart an absolute sweetheart. The most gentle loving person and being a mum was all she dreamed about.

"I don't know very much about the father of the baby. I don't know her that well.

"We're all so busy we don't have time to sit down until something horrible happens.

"It's a little boy. I don't know what they named him."