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Man in 70s awoke to find wife, 22, dead in hotel on first wedding anniversary
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A husband awoke on the morning of his first wedding anniversary to find his wife dead in their bedroom, an inquest heard.

Noel Rogers, in his 70s, had discovered wife Porsche Louise Rogers, 22, dead at the Berwyn Arms in Glyndyfrdwy near Corwen, Wales, on October 29, 2019 .

The couple had travelled to the hotel to celebrate their first wedding anniversary but the trip ended in tragedy.

A post-mortem examination gave a cause of death as hanging, an inquest in Ruthin heard, NorthWalesLive reports.

It also found she had alcohol in her system at just under twice the legal driving limit and anti-convulsant and anti-psychotic medicines, at therapeutic levels.

Mr Rogers told the inquest he went outside to get help after finding his wife on the floor and a refuse collector called the police.

Mr Rogers said the two had met when his wife - formerly known as Amy Louise Roberts - was homeless in Wrexham.

She used a wheelchair and came to live with him at a previous bungalow in Acrefair.

At the inquest, he denied he had groomed or exploited her and said they 'fell for each other' and Mr Rogers had looked after her.

They had gone to the Berwyn Arms to celebrate their first anniversary and had stayed there for eight nights.

The night before, he went to bed about 9.30pm because he was driving the next day and Mrs Rogers stayed up.

However the landlady at the time, Julie Redmond, called the police, after Mrs Rogers became difficult, when she was refused another drink. Ms Redmond feared the 22-year-old was going to go off in her wheelchair along the A5.

Eventually, after her husband came down and had been spoken to by officers, Mrs Rogers went to their room. Mr Rogers said he didn't remember her coming in, before making the awful discovery the next morning.

He said: "I was devastated and upset. I couldn't understand why she did it."

The inquest heard Mrs Rogers had a complex mental health history and had been in the care system when she was younger.

It also heard she had previously self-harmed and talked about taking her own life.

Her mother, Linda Roberts, had concerns about the circumstances surrounding her death and said she believed Mrs Rogers would not have taken her own life.

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