THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: HUSBAND LEFT ME… FOR MY SISTER!

THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: HUSBAND LEFT ME… FOR MY SISTER!

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Hope you all survived the snowy weather – we’re still here! This week we’ve had three stories in the magazines, and you can read each one by clicking on the images below.

SISTER SHAME: “I’M PREGNANT – WITH YOUR HUBBY”

Christine, 23, had always wanted a family so was delighted when she discovered that she and husband Stephen, 25, were expecting a baby. But her happiness turned to horror when she found out that her little sister, Stacey, 20, was also pregnant… with Stephen’s baby. Christine’s misery was complete when she miscarried. Now she must watch as her husband has the baby she longed for – with her sister. We hope the family eventually manage to mend their broken relationships. Their story was told in That’s Life magazine.

ALSO PUBLISHED…

 ATTACKED! BY MY LONG LOST BIRTH MUM

Adopted Sam, 22, spent years searching for her birth mother, Denise. In August 2011 they reunited and it was everything Sam dreamed of. But then Denise changed. She became jealous of Sam’s adoptive mum and in a drunken rage Denise attacked Sam with a knife. Denise was given a suspended prison sentence for affray. Now Sam is faced with the loss of her mum – for a second time. Her story is in this week’s Woman magazine, after we previously secured her deals with Closer, Pick Me Up and the Daily Mirror.

 

Melissa's story in Pick Me Up
Melissa’s story in Pick Me Up

TOO FAT FOR DREAM JOB… SO LOST 11 STONE!

Tipping the scales at 22 stone, Melissa, 42, was told she was too fat to retrain as a health visitor, as patients wouldn’t take her seriously. The harsh truth shamed her into shaping up, so she shelled out for a gastric sleeve operation in March. In just seven months she’s lost an incredible 10st. Now, at a healthy and trim 12 stone, she’s back at uni to finally train for her dream job. Her story is in Pick Me Up magazine, and we think she looks absolutely fab!

 

 

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By Helen O’Brien Google