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12 September 2020, 18:00 | Updated: 2 February 2021, 16:32
Who is Captain Tom Moore’s daughter Hannah Ingram-Moore? And did he live with her? Here's what you need to know about the war veteran...
It was recently announced that Sir Captain Tom Moore has sadly passed away after suffering from pneumonia and Covid.
His daughters Hannah Ingram-Moore and Lucy confirmed he died surrounded by his family in hospital.
But who is Tom Moore's daughter Hannah Ingram-Moore? Here’s what we know…
Captain Tom Moore lived with his daughter, Hannah, who he shared with late wife Pamela.
He also lived with his son-in-law Colin Ingram and grandchildren Benji and Georgia in the village of Marston Moretaine in Bedfordshire.
Hannah is a business recruitment officer who manages her own company Maytrix, which focuses on recruitment, brand development and training for businesses.
Hannah was the one who suggested her father walk as a way to celebrate his big 100th birthday.
But they then decided to raise money for NHS workers at the same time, with Hannah helping Captain Tom set up his JustGiving fundraiser page.
Speaking about her dad’s amazing achievement, Hannah previously told iNews: “It has been, and I know these are overused words, incredible, extraordinary and also just outstanding and awesome.
“We knew we had a lovely story to share. We just thought that might be the local radio station, a couple of the local papers. Three weeks later, our cloud server said no thank you to any more emails when we went over a million.
“Here we are just regular people trying to do our best and supporting Tom, and realising that he has connected with people around the world and given them a bit of joy.”
Sir Tom was also a dad to daughter Lucy Teixeira who is based in Reading.
After her father’s incredible achievement, Lucy said she "just can't believe what has happened".
She told BBC: "My heart is bursting. Well done, Daddy.
"I'm having to get used to the thought of sharing you with millions and millions of people.”
Lucy’s son, Max Teixeira added: "We're just shocked and proud of him beyond belief."