THE family of stabbing victim Janeé Parsons have paid tribute to their “gift from God”.

Bicester beautician Mrs Parsons, 31, died after being stabbed in her family’s home in Lucerne Avenue on Saturday.

Her 38-year-old husband Andrew Parsons has been charged with her murder.

The mother-of-two was born in Texas in the US, and lived with Mr Parsons and their two children Owen, eight, and Max, five. Her mother Mary Brady yesterday said: “Janeé made me laugh and cry and was one of the brightest lights in my life.

“She was a wonderful mother and was a tireless worker. I will deeply miss her and cherish her as the great gift from god that she was.

“She always wanted to be the best and smartest at everything she did. She very rarely took no for an answer and her attention to detail was easily seen through her children and her career.”

Phil Brady, her adopted father, added: “There will never be a day in my life that Janeé will not be missed.”

Her father John Jacks said: “She was a child who never disappointed me and was very honest and loyal. I now have a tremendous hole in my heart.”

Her sister Jocelyn Brady said: “She was the most passionate, vivacious and magnetic person I’ve ever known.”