Why she chose to commemorate her daughter's life in this way
Nicola Horlick, dubbed Superwoman by the press, was considered one of the most successful women working in the City of London.
She explains why she wanted to commemorate the life of her daughter Georgie, who died of leukaemia, with a specially commissioned sculpture. And the sculptor, Dawn Rowland, talks about what it's like to produce such a poignant and personal work of art.
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