THE devastated family of Paige Doherty have paid tribute to their "angel" with a rainbow headstone.

Parents Pamela and Andy Munro spent almost two years custom designing the stone in honour of their beloved 15-year-old daughter.

The stone quotes the heartbreaking words 33-year-old Pamela recited at the Whitecrook teenager's funeral in April 2016, encouraging everyone to remember her "with a smile".

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Paige with mum Pamela

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It continues: "Our beautiful little angel Paige Doherty. Gained her angel wings too soon, 15-years-old.

"Forever missed daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend.

"Safe in the arms of Granny Doherty, the missing piece of our family never to be replaced or forgotten."

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Paige's headstone has been erected

The stunning design features a rainbow covering the stone alongside two hearts which read "Glasgow's angel" and a logo for the charity created by the Munro's in honour of the teen, Paige's Promise.

Two ballet shoes are placed at each side alongside two ornaments, a heart and a butterfly.

Underneath the stone is four small spotlights which will light up at night.

The stone comes just before the second anniversary of the teen's death on March 19, 2016.

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Paige with mum Pamela

Next month a ball will be held to mark what should have been her 18th birthday.

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The first annual Paige's Promise ball will be held in Glasgow's Hilton Hotel on April 14. 

George Bowie will provide entertainment for the bash, which will be hosted by Suzie McGuire.

To buy tickets, which cost £70, contact paigespromiseuk@yahoo.com.