What the public support and outpouring of love around this does is it also helps the children see that what they're feeling, other people are feeling and that the grief that they feel isn't abnormal. That they feel it more acutely and more painfully and more personally, but that actually their mother was someone who was loved by lots of people.
She was a politician and she had very strong political views, and I believe she was killed because of those views. She died because of them, and she would want to stand up for those in death as much as she did in life. I don't want people ascribing views to her that she didn't have, but I certainly want to continue to fight for the legacy and for the politics and the views that she espoused.