A man who was seriously injured following a house fire that killed his fiancee has died.
Kieran Naylor, 33, died on Monday after being taken to hospital in critical condition following a blaze at his home in Warrington, Cheshire, on 12 December.
His partner Rebecca Foster, 32, died two days after the devastating fire ripped through their detached property.
Cheshire Police said investigations into the cause of the fire are still ongoing, but it is not believed to be suspicious.
In a tribute, Mr Naylor’s family said: “Words cannot express how completely heartbroken and devastated we are to have lost Kieran.
"Our lives will never be the same.
“Kieran really was the best son, brother and uncle that anyone could have wished for and he will be sorely missed by everyone who had the pleasure to have known him.
“Kieran and Rebecca are now reunited forever and they will always be in our hearts.”
Ms Foster’s family said they had been "absolutely torn apart" by her loss and described her as "a loving and caring daughter".
They added: “She and Kieran made the perfect couple, and the pair were planning to spend the rest of their lives together, but sadly they will never be able to fulfil their dreams."
Emergency services were called to the house in Delph Lane, Daresbury, in the early hours of 12 December.
Fire engines from five stations rushed to the scene, supported by relief crews from four others and an aerial ladder platform.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said the house was “well alight” on the ground floor, before spreading to the roof.
The energy supplier isolated electricity to the property, fire chiefs said.