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Real People

Real People Issue 28 2019

Real People is a real-life title which delivers real-life stories, puzzles (and prizes) and affordable practical advice (food, fashion & beauty).

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1 Min.
this week in your fab value

Have you been watching Wimbledon? Getting out the strawberries, ogling athletic legs in crisp, white shorts and giving yourself neck ache, following every thwack and grunt? Clare’s little girl, Sadie, was going to be there one day (P12). A mini Serena Williams, she was destined for No 1 Court without a doubt. Pretty, talented, full of life… she was already an under-9s’ champ. Then came a lovely summer’s day. The family all gathered for a picnic and Clare handed Sadie a sandwich. Two slices of brown bread and a slice of ham, and two bites later, all hell broke loose. Now her little girl will never appear at Wimbledon, never marry, never give her grandbabies. And Clare feels so guilty, she blames herself. She shouldn’t — no one could have changed what happened that…

3 Min.
our mad world!

COME FLY WITH ME! Hello folks, this is your tiny captain speaking. My baby son, Ronnie, nine months, loved his first flight. I’m sure he’ll make a wonderful pilot one day! Alexandra Low, Halesowen, West Midlands UK In the ’70s, Brits would slather on cooking oil to get a quick sun tan. Who knew about skin cancer back in those days? But a new poll by Asda has found one fifth of us have ditched suntan lotion and gone back to using the oil. There’s no fool like a burnt fool! OH CRUMBS Responding to a complaint about fly-tipping, Hertfordshire council workers were surprised to find a wedding cake abandoned by the roadside. Looks like it all ended in tiers for someone! SUITCASE STOWAWAYS UK tourists bring home more than dirty washing, as RSPCA records show… • Frog (South…

3 Min.
soap on a rope

East Enders Phil is on one, and who can blame him?! Ben’s on back-to-back benders, Lou’s set to be a schoolgirl mum, Sharon’s going to be giving birth and picking up her freedom pass in the same year and Stacey’s got a new phone! Wait – what? He’s a Mitchell, not an idiot. (No, it’s not the same thing!) Come on. As if Stacey can afford a new mobile! He knows the Slaters have got his money, and he wants it back. So who better to recruit for a cut of the cash? Shirley, of course. Elsewhere… Someone else who’s running about with a bag of notes that ain’t theirs is Rainie, with baby Abi. This week, Max has the pair in touching distance, but doesn’t realise it. Things soon look bleak,…

8 Min.
something to grab hold of

A yell came from the sofa, where my younger son was lolling on his skinny backside. ‘Mama, will you make me some dinner?’ he wheedled. I was bone-tired from a day of scrubbing other people’s houses at my cleaning job – now it was home to tend to my offspring. And Raul, my baby, was 23! I adored him but, like lots of youngsters, he could be all take, take, take. He lived with friends but was always popping over. ‘If you’re hungry, make it yourself,’ I said. Worth a try. Raul raised a pierced eyebrow in shock. Then he cried dramatically, ‘I’d rather starve than cook myself ! Any of your lovely food will do, Mama.’ And I gave in, popping into the kitchen to rustle something up. Some good Romanian home cooking. Raul had…

4 Min.
opposites attack

I burst into tears. I didn’t need to wonder what the police were visiting about. I knew it would be Raul and her. That hulking great monster. He’d told me they weren’t together, but she was the only possible explanation. I tried to call Romeo back, but he didn’t answer. I spent hours frantically calling round family and getting no response. Eventually my nephew Daniel, 28, finally answered the phone. ‘What’s happened to my son?’ I screamed the instant his face filled the screen. ‘Auntie…’ Daniel said, voice cracking. ‘She killed him.’ Raul was dead at just 26 years old. I couldn’t tell you what happened next, how much I cried or how I even managed to find the strength to breathe my next breath. The one that kept me living without my Raul. The next morning…

4 Min.
careless whispers

Choo-choo cheat An outraged woman took to Twitter to hunt down a man’s girlfriend after she heard him boasting about bedding another girl. Emily Shepherd, 23, was on a train from Bournemouth to Manchester in December 2017 when she overheard love rat ‘Ben’ bragging about his conquests. Devastated for his poor, unsuspecting girlfriend, Emily quickly posted a warning on Twitter to her. She wrote, If anyone has a boyfriend called Ben on the Bournemouth to Manchester train right now, he’s just told his friends he’s cheating on you. Dump his ass x. The post was retweeted 24,000 times, with celebs even sticking their oar in. Dragon’s Den judge Deborah Meaden tweeted, Dear cheating Ben… can you please make yourself known before all the non-cheating Bens find out where you live. Some people thought Emily should mind her…