A woman who killed her young son and daughter in a Spanish hotel room after they fled Staffordshire has been found guilty of their "abominable" murders.
Lianne Smith, 45, admitted smothering 11-month-old Daniel and five-year-old Rebecca with a plastic bag at the Miramar Hotel in Lloret de Mar on the Costa Brava in May 2010.
A jury at the Provincial Court in Girona, north east Spain, found her guilty of murder charges after deciding she was criminally responsible for the children's deaths.
Smith sought an acquittal, claiming she was in a state of "psychiatric disturbance" and suffering insurmountable fear when the tragedy happened.
But the jury rejected her claim that she was "totally disturbed" or she was so scared she could not be expected to act in any other way when she committed the murders.
After the verdict, Victor Pillado Quintas, for the prosecution, asked for her to be jailed for a total of 34 years and said outside the courthouse: "These were abominable crimes".
Judge Adolfo Garcia Morales is expected to release a written sentence in the coming weeks.
The murders took place shortly after Smith's partner, Martin Smith, was arrested in Barcelona by Spanish police acting on a European arrest warrant.
The family had been living in Spain since 2007 after fleeing Lichfield, Staffordshire, because Smith's eldest daughter by her first husband accused Mr Smith of raping her.
In December 2010, Martin Smith was found guilty at Manchester Crown Court of using hypnosis, bullying and violence to groom and sexually abuse Sarah Richardson, who since waived her right to anonymity. Last January, the 46-year-old was found hanged in his cell at Strangeways Prison in Manchester.