Schoolgirl Megan Stammers is expected to fly home to the UK on Saturday, more than a week after she went missing with her 30-year-old maths teacher.
It is thought the 15-year-old's mother, Danielle Wilson, will travel to Bordeaux to be reunited with her daughter and accompany her back home to Eastbourne, East Sussex.
Jeremy Forrest, Megan's teacher at Bishop Bell C of E School, was arrested on Friday on suspicion of child abduction in Bordeaux after the pair went missing last week. He remains in custody in France.
His lawyers have confirmed he will not fight extradition proceedings against him and has agreed to return to the UK "as soon as possible".
It is understood it will be a number of days before he is returned to the UK as he awaits to appear in court in France on Tuesday.
The teenager's family have expressed their joy that she has been found, with her stepfather Martin Stammers telling a press conference: "We just can't wait to be reunited with her. Our family are overjoyed at the outcome. As you can imagine it's been an absolute emotional rollercoaster."
It is understood that Megan has already spoken to her family.