Chloe Fulford, the partner of footballer Marc Albrighton, demands answers following the devastating attack in Tunisia

The partner of a Premier League footballer has spoken out after her mum was tragically killed in the Tunisian beach massacre on Friday.

Chloe Fulford – who has two children with Leicester City star Marc Albrighton – lost her mum Sue Davey, along with Sue’s partner Scott Chalkley, in the tragic attack.

Sue, 43, had been on holiday celebrating buying her first home with Scott, 42, when the tragedy struck. The group known as Islamic State has claimed it was behind the attack, carried out by gunman Seifeddine Rezgui. 38 people were killed.

Now Chloe has sent a series of heartbreaking messages to Prime Minister David Cameron demanding action after the horrific attack.

Chloe and her brother Conor had tried desperately to get news of their mum before her death was confirmed on Saturday.

The family appealed on social media for any information and received support from Geordie Shore star Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle, who reTweeted a message about missing Sue.

Sadly Conor announced on Saturday night that Sue was amongst those killed in the massacre.

Leicester City Football Club has offered its condolences to Marc and the family following the tragic news.

A statement posted on the team’s website reads: ‘Leicester City Football Club offers its sincerest condolences to Marc Albrighton, his partner Chloe and their family, after learning of the deaths of Chloe’s mother, Sue, and her partner, Scott, during Friday’s attacks in Tunisia. They are all in our thoughts and prayers.

‘We continue to offer our support to Marc and Chloe’s family at this time of great personal tragedy.’

Fans of the team have also shared messages expressing their sadness on social media after hearing the news, with one writing: ‘So very sad. Thoughts with Marc, his girlfriend & their family at this tragic time. The #footballfamily are here with them.’

Another Tweeted: ‘Desperately sad news RIP’

Sue worked as a manager in the complaints department for Severn Trent Water and lived in Tamworth, Staffordshire with partner Scott. They’d been together for two years.