FAMILY and friends are remembering schoolgirl Paige Doherty on the anniversary of her death today.

The 15-year-old’s life was taken on March 19, 2016 and her family said they would remember Paige “with a smile”.

Friends called for a deluge of pouting selfies to celebrate Paige’s life and honour her own style in photos - something that’s continued throughout the past 12 months.

And they thanked the public for their continued support for those who loved Paige.

In a message on the Justice for Paige Facebook campaign, the family said: “A year ago our precious angel gained her wings. Fly high beautiful girl, dance with the angels and show heaven how beautiful it really can be.

“Remembering you with a smile.”

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Last week, Paige’s mum Pamela Munro spoke of how great loss was felt by her and husband Andy and Paige’s younger siblings – Andrew, 11, Peyton, five, and Lucas, one.

She told the Post: “She was everything you would ask for in a daughter.

“She never did anything that would disappoint you.

“It’s hard to say that because everybody’s got their bad points but it’s hard to find something bad about Paige.”

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Pamela said she hoped others will remember Paige the way the teen would want people to remember her.

Pamela said: “She would be saying to everybody ‘don’t dwell on this, don’t be sitting sad and being upset, don’t put off your life’.

“She’d say ‘just forget about the person that did this, make more time for family and don’t argue as much – life is far too short.’”

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