Samantha Morson said that her boyfriend Vincent Tabak is "perfectly normal" and is said to be devastated over his arrest for the murder of landscape architect Jo Yeates.
Glamourous Sam is to take part in a documentary later in the year to describe the psychological torment of what she and the Tabak family are going through.
The American, millionaire's daughter described how she had spent a totally normal Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with Vincent at her parents home. The beauty then spent a few days in the Netherlands at her boyfriend's home and at a holiday park.
A spokesman for Mr Tabak's family has said of the couple's Christmas:
"They just had a good time together as a family - totally normal, nothing strange...It was a totally normal situation."
Vincent Tabak, 32, who is accused of the murder of Miss Yeates, 25 is said to be "deeply saddened" by her death.
A "fighting fund" has been started by staff and student at Vincent's former university. The money raised will be used to pay for his legal bills and for the travel expenses incurred by his family.
"They are convinced he is innocent and have offered their support to the family,"
Vincent Tabak is said to be anxious to clear his name and to be able to return to normality. He has been depressed up until now and worried about the publicity that the funeral of Jo Yeates will create.
In Bristol the mood is sombre and the people were very sad about what has happened and are worried it could affect the businesses in the town.
Floral tributes have been placed outside no 44 Cannynge Road. Landlord Peter Jefferies has said that he has no comment to make and has been virtually a recluse since his release from police custody.
It is understood that the landlord is upset at the damage which has been caused to his property. Floorboards have been taken up in two of the flats and he has had to employ a builder to put right the damage which has been caused to his property.
He is pleased that some valuable Victorian jewellery was found under the floor-boards which were probably once owned by one of the servants who lived in the house in the 1890s. Jefferies said he does not know of the provenance of the jewellery; however is does not pertain to the current investigation and is of a much earlier date.
The two basement flats are to be completely refurbished at the police authorities expense and new furniture and carpets are to be purchased from IKEA. Jefferies is cashing in on the notoriety of the case and is inviting criminology students to come and stay for a 'mystery weekend'.
Local residents do not like passing the house as it has a decidedly creepy appearance with the floral tributes and remnants of yellow crime tape. The windows have a closed look to them with net curtains and blinds obscuring the view.
One lady said, It used to be such a lovely road, but it is a sad place now." The local parish council is planting some shrubs in a little nearby park as a tribute to Jo Yeates.
In the Netherlands a carpet of tulips have been laid out in the Eindhoven University Campus saying, "Vincent Tabak is innocent". Students have been demonstrating and have said "Free the Eindhoven One". Vincent was an "A" grade student and a mathematical expert; the university is proud to have him in its alumni. Perplexed university staff appear bemused and do not know why Vincent has been arrested. One tutor said, "He was one of the most brilliant students we have ever had; he received a first class honours degree."
Colleagues at his firm have not made any comment. He was known as a quiet and efficient member of staff; who liked to arrange special themed evenings for his friends. He organised an international dinner where each course was based on a different country.
The prison staff said that it had been a quiet uneventful day for Vincent Tabak who had spent a few hours on his computer emailing his friends.
He is said to be looking forward to a visit from his family and has been trying to be as positive as possible. The Dutch man appeared to be withdrawn and depressed and will not discuss the murder case with anyone.
The mystery about what really happened on that evening on December 17th has still not been resolved. It has been said that a gang of five mixed race youths may have been responsible but no hard and fast evidence has been produced to verify this allegation.