THE family of a young mum from Haverfordwest, who was murdered in her own home in February 2016, have shared their heartbreaking story on the Jeremy Kyle Show.

Natasha Bradbury lay dying for hours before her on-off boyfriend Luke George Jones dialled 999 and asked for an ambulance.

Jones had inflicted horrendous injuries on the 27-year-old, who sustained fatal liver, heart and brain damage.

In September 2016, the jury returned an unanimous guilty verdict, and Jones was sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison.

Speaking to Natasha's family on his ITV show this morning (Tuesday), Mr Kyle heard Natasha's death had "ruined" her parents.

Natasha's sister told him the grief had driven her parents - who have been together almost 30 years - apart.

Natasha's mum Tracey broke down in tears as she was comforted by Mr Kyle.

She described Natasha as a lovely young woman who was "full of life".

Her father Darren said: "She was good and kind with everybody, she was too nice."

Darren said he was consumed by guilt over his final words to Natasha, and had been unable to speak to his family about his feelings.

"She called the night before, she was moaning about things, just life," he said.

"The last thing I said was grow up and get on with life."

Asked if he had talked about his pain, he said: "I've not spoken to anybody, there's nothing I can say that's going to make any difference."

"I don't think you ever get over something like that, not in a million years," said Mr Kyle.

"But your daughter would be devastated to think that you two were like this now."

Tracey said she was consumed with thoughts of her daughter, and had stopped leaving her house.

Mr Kyle said their devastation was understandable, but urged the couple to support each other through their sadness.

"She was a beautiful girl full of life, cruelly taken," he said.

The family have been offered professional support from the show's team.

The episode is available to watch on the ITV website.

The family have set up an online fund to raise money for a headstone for Natasha's grave. It can be seen here.