The family of Natalie McNally are to join Pride celebrations in Belfast this weekend in her honour.
Her brother Brendan said they are attending the event as his sister was "always delighted to organise and participate" every year.
Writing on Twitter, he said: "As marketer and activist, Natalie was always delighted to organise and participate in Translink’s Pride activities.
"We’re honoured to join her colleagues on Saturday, as we march with the LGBTQI+ community to overcome poverty, discrimination and violence."
As marketer and activist, Natalie was always delighted to organise and participate in Translink’s Pride activities.— Brendan McNally (@BrendanArmagh) July 24, 2023
We’re honoured to join her colleagues on Saturday, as we march with the LGBTQI+ community to overcome poverty, discrimination and violence. ️ ❤️#BelfastPride pic.twitter.com/ZfrFkX5Mj7
Ms McNally (32) was 15 weeks pregnant when she was murdered at Silverwood Green in Lurgan on December 18 last year.
Her brother Niall has also shared a photograph of his new tattoo that he had designed in memory of his late sister.
In a post on Twitter, he said his first ever tattoo was dedicated to McMcNally, her unborn son and her favourite band, The Killers.
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The illustration details Ms McNally’s name, alongside the symbol of Las Vegas rock band, The Killers, a lightning bolt, which also contains a small, blue heart.
My first ever tattoo in memory of my sister, her unborn son and her favourite band The Killers.— Niall McNally (@IrishBlue1878) July 25, 2023
Amazing work done by my friend Sinead https://t.co/lBR1hi01HE
A 33-year-old man has been charged with murdering Ms McNally.
Stephen McCullagh has denied murdering his then partner and remains in custody.