This is the last known selfie of a mother of four before she was stabbed with her new boyfriend.
Katie Highton, 27, and Steven Harnett, 25, were discovered Monday morning with multiple injuries at a property in Dalton, Huddersfield.
The couple, who had just started dating, went to the cinema the night before, where the nurse snapped a smiling selfie and shared it on Snapchat.
Marcus Osbourne, 34, has since been charged with both murders.
Osbourne was also charged with assaulting and detaining a second woman against her will at the property on the night the murders took place.
He appeared at Leeds Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, where he was remanded in custody to appear at Leeds Crown Court tomorrow.
West Yorkshire Police contacted the police station on Tuesday – after claims Katie went to them begging for help days before her murder.
A spokesman for the Independent Office for Police Conduct said: “This is because officers had contact with both victims.”
“And a man who was arrested on suspicion of murder in the days leading up to this tragic incident.”
Since then, tributes have poured in for the “amazing mother” who “lived for her children,” which included a six-month-old baby.
Katie’s former brother and sister-in-law said the family was “completely devastated” as they laid flowers at the scene.
He said his brother had been with Katie for seven years and was the father of their two eldest children, daughters aged nine and 10.
Meanwhile, a former colleague who worked with Katie at a warehouse told the Mirror he was meeting her for coffee this morning.
Shaking, he said as he paid tribute to the mother, “We just made each other’s days.”
“She was so funny, so bubbly. She always wanted to improve.”
“I remember she said it was her first real job, it was just before Christmas and she was so excited to be able to make money for her kids in time for Christmas.”
A pal said Steven ‘just wanted to meet a nice girl’
They added, “He was always polite and, as far as I could tell, had a big heart and would help anyone if he could.”
“He was new to Dalton and just wanted to have friends, be a good father, meet a nice girl and make some money.”