Despite her daughter’s fall from grace, new transcripts from phone calls recorded by NSW Corrective Services and published by The Sunday Telegraph, show the strong bond between the mother and daughter, despite her arrest.
"Maybe you should just forget about me like, just ..." Wran tells her mother in a call that was made after her arrest on August 13, 2014.
Before Hickson-Wran cuts her off and says, "I love you, Harriet."
"I know but like, just leave me behind like," she tells her mother.
To which her mother simply replies, "No darling."
The pair continue to talk about how Wran is "so sorry" for ruining her mother’s reputation, and again asks her mother to abandon her.
"When you say these things, I understand," Hickson-Wran tells her daughter. "I love you and I’m not abandoning you.
"I don’t think you should," she replies.
"I f ... ed up too much (and) I feel like you should just move on and just…," she said, before her mother once again interjects.
"But, darling, that’s not possible, it’s not possible, so we’re going to move on together."
Wran is due to appear back in court on July 14 for sentencing for the charges of accessory to murder which carries a maximum sentence of 25 years.