The young woman who died at a holiday villa in Alaro has been identified as Josie Clacher, 18, according to reports in British media this morning.
Her mother Rachel - who was staying with Josie at the villa - founded Wrexham -based Moneypenny, an international telephone answering service said to be worth more than £100m.
Rachel Clacher founded the firm with her brother Ed Reeves in 2000.
She was appointed a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List earlier this year, saying at the time: “I am honoured to be receiving a CBE in the Queen’s Honours List".
Josie, one of three sisters, studied at prestigious boarding school Moreton Hall near Oswestry in north Shropshire.
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