TRAGIC jungle death teen Nora Quoirin is set to be buried in her mum’s native Northern Ireland next week.
Plans have been made for the 15-year-old, who vanished for nine days in Malaysia last month, to be laid to rest in Belfast.
Details of the funeral are not being publicly released but the Quoirin’s family lawyer said arrangements were being made, reports in France say.
It is understood she will be buried on Tuesday.
The tragic teen’s remains were taken to a “private place” after her family left Malaysia.
Vulnerable Nora, who had learning difficulties, left her family’s lodge at the Dusun resort south of Kuala Lumpur during their first night on holiday.
She is believed to have left the room where she was staying with her two siblings and got lost quickly in nearby dense rainforest.
The disappearance in August sparked a major nine day search involving hundred of people which ended tragically with the discovery of her unclothed body close to a waterfall less than two miles from her accommodation.
Nora’s mother had made a heartfelt appeal to find Nora and a €10,000 reward was offered for information leading to her return by an anonymous Belfast business.
Authorities have ruled out any foul play but her Belfast-born mum Maebh, 45, and French dad Sebastian, 47, say she would not have walked away on her own.
They said they have “many questions” over her death, however an autopsy revealed she had died from a combination of stress, hunger and intestinal bleeding.
Family lawyer Charles Morel confirmed only that the burial “will take place at a site in the United Kingdom”.
It is understood she will be laid to rest among maternal relatives in Belfast.