Violet Kray was the Kray's sister, who died hours old.

Born to Violet Kray at Kingsland Road in London, Doctors told Charles Kray that if Violet "did not fall pregnant again, she would lose the will to live and just fade away." Baby Violet's death had a profound effect on Violet Kray, who always had wanted a daughter. She was born four years prior to the twins, in 1933. Childhood deaths were commonplace then, with Pneumonia and Tuberculosis the greatest killers followed by Diphtheria and Malnutrition. Reggie Kray would later find a small dried carnation taken from her funeral wreath when he was older as mentioned in 2010 book, Reggie Kray's East End Stories.

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