Bride, 33, discovers her new husband naked in bed with her aunt weeks after her wedding day

Kim Elkins found her new husband, Kenny Slocombe, naked in bed with her aunt Lorraine Esslemont (pictured) just six weeks after she got married

A bride & # 39; hysterical & # 39; She found her new husband in bed with her aunt weeks after they got married.

Kim Elkins, 33, discovered the couple naked in her room when she returned home early one afternoon.

His friends suspected after seeing his aunt Lorraine Esslemont claiming that "she was not doing well" with her new husband, Kenny Slocombe, at the wedding reception.

Kim Elkins found her new husband, Kenny Slocombe, naked in bed with his aunt Lorraine Esslemont (pictured) just six weeks after she got married

Kim Elkins found her new husband, Kenny Slocombe, naked in bed with her aunt Lorraine Esslemont (pictured) just six weeks after she got married

But it was not until six weeks after the ceremony that the devastated girlfriend discovered that her new husband was cheating.

She told The Mirror: "I was absolutely hysterical." The fact that they had sex on my marriage bed made it much worse.

Mrs. Elkins said that Mrs. Esslemont, who is only ten years older than her, was more a friend than an aunt, and even went to her for advice.

The mother of one met Mr. Slocombe online in 2009, and Ms. Elkins said they had an instant connection.

Mrs. Elkins came home early from work one day to find her naked husband and aunt in her bedroom

Mrs. Elkins came home early from work one day to find her naked husband and aunt in her bedroom

Mrs. Elkins came home early from work one day to find her naked husband and aunt in her bedroom

They arranged to meet at a train station shortly after, and the attendant and the taxi driver committed themselves only seven months later.

The couple, who got married in a registry office in 2012, now have a seven year old son together, Ethan.

But their relationship changed when Mrs. Esslemont and her partner Ian moved into Mrs. Elkins' two-bed home.

Mrs. Esslemont soon separated from her partner due to overcrowded conditions, and the couple offered to stay as long as she needed.

Six weeks after the wedding, Mrs. Elkins found her husband and aunt huddled on the couch, and planned to return home early from work the next day after she began to suspect.

It was then that the caregiver found them both together, and she threw them out of the house.

She said: I had forgotten my key, so I knocked on the door. I heard Kenny say: "S ***, it's Kim."

& # 39; Arrived at the door and demanded to know where Lorraine was. She said she was in the guest room, but I broke into our room directly and found her completely naked.

The mother-of-one, of Wallsend in Tyne and Wear, decided to give the relationship another chance for her son's sake, but collapsed again weeks later.

Friends began to suspect after seeing Mrs. Esslemont and Mr. Slocombe supposedly receiving "something good" & # 39; at the wedding reception

Friends began to suspect after seeing Mrs. Esslemont and Mr. Slocombe supposedly receiving "something good" & # 39; at the wedding reception

Friends began to suspect after seeing Mrs. Esslemont and Mr. Slocombe supposedly receiving "something good" & # 39; at the wedding reception

Both Slocombe and Esslemont vehemently deny meeting at the wedding reception

Both Slocombe and Esslemont vehemently deny meeting at the wedding reception

Both Slocombe and Esslemont vehemently deny meeting at the wedding reception

Slocombe left to move 500 miles away to be with her aunt, which she now says she did because Mrs. Elkins was "controlling".

Both Slocombe and Esslemont deny being together at the wedding reception.

And the remote aunt said she does not feel guilty for breaking up her marriage, claiming that you can not help who you fall in love with.

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