A newly married wife was devastated to find her husband dead in her honeymoon suite just hours after they got married.
Danny Emsley, 37, could not stop smiling when he posed for the wedding photographs with his new wife, Clare, 35, on August 17.
They were married in a luxurious spa hotel in Linton, near Wetherby, West Yorkshire where they celebrated with 80 relatives and close friends.
Danny Emsley, 37, could not stop smiling as he posed for the wedding photographs with his new wife, Clare, 35 (photographed together in the grounds of the Woodhall Spa hotel in West Yorkshire).
The couple (pictured) got married in a hotel in Linton, near Wetherby, West Yorkshire where they celebrated with 80 relatives and close friends
Mr. Emsley, from Leeds, went to bed at 11.30 p.m. M., While his wife stayed down to enjoy the party.
He went to see him an hour later and saw that he was fine, so he stayed another hour.
But when she finally went to bed at 1.30 in the morning, she was devastated to find him dead.
She wrote on Facebook in a heartbreaking publication: "Friday was the best day of my life, in which I married the best, most frank, honest, fun, kind and caring man I have ever met."
Danny and Clare Emsley are photographed together before his death on their wedding day on August 17
Clare Emsley (pictured with Danny) was devastated to find her new dead husband in her honeymoon suite just hours after they got married.
His friends told the newspaper that Mr. Emsley was in good health and that no health problems had been reported.
Danny Emsley (pictured) went to bed at 11:30 on his wedding night. When his new wife, Clare, joined him at 1.30 in the morning, he found him unconscious
Mr. Emsley appears disguised in a holiday pool before his death in August
"We had a perfect day full of family, friends, love and laughter, we could not have asked for a better day.
"The magic was over at the end of the night and my beautiful Danny was cruelly torn from my life.
& # 39; There is a hole in my heart that can never be filled. I just do not know how I'm going to face without you, my fabulous husband.
His friends say that Mr. Emsley was in good health without any health problems.
His death at the Woodhall Spa hotel in West Yorkshire is not considered suspicious.
The emergency services ran to the hotel in an attempt to save the boyfriend, but it was too late.
The happy couple appears in the photo kissing in another wedding
Tragic: Danny's death is not being treated as a suspect and his funeral will take place on September 14
A friend of the couple told The Sun: "She screamed and ran out of the room asking for help. The door closed behind her leaving it closed.
"Friends and relatives came to their aid, they had to break the door of the room, they called 999 and tried cardiopulmonary resuscitation, but it was too late."
Mr. Emsley's aunt, Gail, posted online shortly after the tragedy: "Our nephew died in the early hours of Saturday morning, a few hours after his wedding."
Mr. Emsley's funeral will take place on September 14.
Photographed together: Danny and Clare Emsley were married on August 17. Danny died the same day
Danny and Clare Emsley were married at the Woodhall Spa hotel in Wetherby, West Yorkshire
WHAT IS THE SUDDEN ADULT DEATH SYNDROME?
Sudden adult death syndrome occurs when an otherwise healthy person dies suddenly, and the cause is likely to be a heart condition.
In about one out of every 20 spontaneous heart-related deaths in the United Kingdom, a definite cause can not be found.
During an autopsy, a pathologist can usually detect abnormalities in a patient's heart tissue, which may show signs of arterial disease or a clot in the lung.
When nothing is found, the cause of death is considered sudden arrhythmic death syndrome (SADS).
This was once known as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, however, children may also be affected.
The death of the crib may be caused in part by the same factors responsible for SADS.
Although it is not clear, it is believed that SADS occurs due to a disturbance in heart rhythm, even if the person does not have cardiovascular disease.
Due to the electrical function of the heart that is affected, such disturbances can only be detected in life and not in death.
Rare diseases, such as long QT syndrome and sodium channel disease, can increase the risk of SADS in a person.
Many people with these conditions have no symptoms and may never be diagnosed.
If a family loses a relative due to SADS, genetic tests can be carried out to determine if they are at risk of the aforementioned diseases.
Most of these conditions get worse with exercise and, therefore, if diagnosed, a doctor can advise a person to avoid sports.