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Mother snatches daughter’s husband, then gives birth for him



Mother snatches daughter’s husband, then gives birth for him

A British lady has vowed never to forgive her mother, due to the heartbreak she suffered after her husband cast her aside to marry her mother, who later had a child for him.

The 34-year-old lady identified as Lauren Wall who hails from Twickenham, south-west London reportedly got married at the age of 19 to her ex-husband, the same man who jilted her for her mother.

Lauren disclosed that her mother supported her dream wedding with a sum of €15,000 while they were preparing for their wedding and she also joined the couple on vacation.

Lauren further disclosed that her mother and now ex-husband got along so much that she could not suspect that they were having an affair.

But her biggest shock came, when Paul decided to move out and nine months later, her mother Julie gave birth to his child announcing they were together.

Speaking in an interview with newsmen, Lauren said:

‘Paul always got on really well with mum. I never thought it strange though, as she was his mum-in-law and he was just being friendly.

‘They’d laugh a lot together. I didn’t think to be worried at all. Who would?’

‘I couldn’t wait to settle into marriage but the ink was barely dry on our certificate when Paul changed.’

Lauren also disclosed how his sister saw text messages between her mom and her estranged husband; and when she confronted her mother, she denied there was anything going on saying, ‘You’re crazy.’

‘When I confronted Paul he went white as a sheet and refused to let me see his phone,’ Lauren said.

As things got out of hand between the pair, Paul stopped wearing his wedding ring and walked out on Lauren and their seven-month-old daughter.

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Sharing her first reaction when she heard that her man had moved in with her mum, she said: ‘It was sick’.

It’s one of the worst things a mum can do to a daughter.

Lauren, who met Paul when he was 18, added:

‘I met him at a local pub – I fancied him straight away. He asked for my number and the next day he texted asking to go on a date to the cinema. We started going out straight after that.’

‘Five months later we were getting married in a beautiful church ceremony with friends and family. Mum looked on proudly as we exchanged vows.

‘He told me that he wanted to be with me for ever’.

‘When I saw her in the street and noticed she had a bump, my mind raced. She clutched her stomach and told me, ‘It’s a cyst’. I felt so sick, I went home and destroyed all the photos of our wedding.’

Nine months after Paul had walked out from his marriage , Lauren’s mum, Julie welcomed a baby girl with him.

‘She tried to claim the father was another boyfriend but I knew the truth. Paul and mum officially announced themselves as a couple that summer and my world crumbled.

‘She rang me up and invited me. It was awkward. I got married on the 14th August 2004, they married on the 15th August 2009. It was almost too much to bear but I did it for my daughter. I went to watch Mum marry the same man I’d wed five years earlier.’

At one point, her mother tried settling things with her, but Lauren ignored and told her off.

‘She initiated it. I dropped my brother off at her house and she got in my car, started crying and just said, ‘I’m sorry’.

‘I told her, ‘Get out of my car’. She wrote me a letter a couple of weeks later apologising. And that was the start of us mending our relationship.’

‘I still bring it up and make a comment and she doesn’t like it. Just because we spoke after doesn’t mean I’m over it. Paul never said sorry or tried to apologise to me.

‘I speak to him as he’s married to my mum. I’ve asked him before to explain to our daughter and he just says it’s forgotten about now.’

Meanwhile, Lauren has found a new partner who she is currently pregnant for but she admitted that what happened to her first marriage will give her ‘trust issues’ for the rest of her life.

‘Time is a great healer, and mum and I have tried to have a normal relationship. But we will never be as close as we were – and I’ll never fully trust her again.’

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