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The devastated family of murdered schoolgirl Becky Watts have hit out at her killers on her 18th birthday after the evil pair launched a fresh bid to have their sentences reduced.Sixteen-year-old Becky was brutally murdered in February last year by her own stepbrother Nathan Matthews .
Now Becky's family have slammed the “horrible monsters” and said the new appeals have left them distraught at the prospect of going through the trial process all over again. "These horrible monsters think they have the right.Read more: Becky Watts' killer told family 'that's how I would commit murder' as he saw teen dismembered on CSI Her mum Tanya Watts said: "I can't believe they are still trying to appeal. We'll have to go through all of it again." Together with his girlfriend Shauna Hoare, Matthews plotted a sexually-motivated kidnap plan which went wrong in February last year.His girlfriend Shauna Hoare was there at the time of the killing at Becky's Crown Hill home.Becky's body was then bundled into the boot of the couple's car and taken back to their Cotton Mill Lane home in Barton Hill.Read more: Becky Watts murder: Schoolgirl's mum reveals 'warning' signs a year on from killing as she releases unseen photos She was dismembered over the course of three days - with the couple going on shopping trips to buy tools.Tanya, of Kingswood, Bristol, said: "I think we're going to have a quiet day, and do our own personal thing.
"Some people have sent in presents and cards, and that's lovely.
She was well-loved by everyone, she was Bristol's angel.
Her remains were discovered more than a week later hidden in a shed in Barton Court.
Matthews and Hoare launched second appeals against their sentences last month. "We have been through hell with these two monsters putting in their appeals.
Their initial challenges were rejected by a single judge who blocked their legal bids to have the case heard in front of a panel of three judges. It's not allowing us to put it to rest and Tanya is really having a hard time with it." On what would have been her 18th birthday, Becky’s family will today light a candle, play some of Becky's favourite songs and spend a quiet moment remembering "Bristol's angel”.
Becky’s grandmother Pat added: "They have got a damn cheek to appeal. She had been planning a special holiday abroad with friends before she was murdered.