In court, the final CCTV footage of the sad sisters was shown.
In court, video of two sisters walking into a park where they were to be brutally stabbed to death was shown.
Danyal Hussein, 19, is accused of stabbing Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, multiple times after reportedly attempting to form a blood covenant with a demon to kill women in exchange for winning the jackpot.
Mina Smallman, the sisters’ mother, averted her gaze as the last photos of her daughters were exhibited in court on Thursday.
Ms Henry was seen on CCTV walking into Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London, with her sister, carrying a bulging blue bag of picnic goods, to celebrate her birthday with pals.
Earlier, the sisters were seen buying for the party at a Co-op in nearby Kingsbury before travelling to one of the park entrances in Ms Henry’s purple Audi.
Ms Smallman talked with the cashier as they made their purchases, and the two appeared to be in good spirits.
Hussein allegedly set upon the sisters later that night, after their guests had left the picnic.
Ms Henry was stabbed eight times and Ms Smallman was wounded 28 times before being dragged into a hedgerow in the early hours of June 6 last year, according to the court.
Concerned friends discovered their remains, along with a bloody knife, on June 7 of last year.
A bottle of tonic water purchased at the Co-op by the sisters was discovered abandoned in a bush nearby, jurors were told.
The blood on the bottle was said to match Hussein’s DNA.
Jurors were also shown CCTV footage of Hussein reportedly buying a set of knives three days before the killings at Asda near Edgeware Road.
A blood-stained knife discovered at the site is said to be identical to one of the set, as well as having DNA matching the defendant and Ms Smallman on it.
Hussein is said to have used his passport as proof of age, forcing him to remove his face mask. (This is a brief piece.)