The mum of three siblings who died in a tragic fire has been released from hospital and has started the "very heartbreaking" process of planning for their funeral. 

Julie Daley, 39, was rushed to hospital in critical condition after the blaze on Renfrew Road in June. 

Her three children, Fiona Gibson, 12, Alexander James, 8, and Philip, 5, were also taken to hospital where they tragically died a short while later. 

Glasgow Times:

It is understood that Julie was recently released from hospital and is preparing for the funeral of three "little angels", alongside father Alex Gibson. 

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Esther Chalk, who has raised tens of thousands for the family, announced on the JustGiving site: "Julie (mother) is now out of hospital and has started the very heartbreaking process to bury her 3 Babies.

"Please keep both Alex and Julie in your thoughts and prayers, and they want every single person to know how grateful they are for everything and every donation received."

More than £28,000 has now been raised for the family. 

We previously reported that children's headteachers paid tribute after the tragedy. 

Fiona was a pupil at Mary Russell School in Paisley, where headteacher Julie McCallum, said the school community is “deeply saddened by the tragic news”.

In a statement posted on Twitter, she said: “Words cannot express the sadness we are feeling.

“Fiona was a wee shining light in our Mary Russell family and to lose three young lives in this way is devastating for everyone.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and all affected by this tragedy at this very sad time.”

The boys were pupils at St Catherine’s Primary School in the town.

Headteacher Emma Henry said: “We are truly saddened by the loss of Alexander and Philip.

“They were both full of energy and such an important part of our school.

“Both boys loved the outdoors and frequently talked about their regular visits to the park.

“They never ceased to make us smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.”

Alex Gibson, their father, wrote in a Facebook post: "may u rest in peace little angels”.

He added: “how I miss them already, now I know what it feels like when ur world comes crashing down”.

Scottish Fire and Rescue Services and Police Scotland confirmed the fire is not being treated as suspicious.