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20-Jun-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Chat is the most outrageous, inspiring, emotional real life title around. Packed with astonishing true stories, big prize puzzles and loads more, it's your unmissable women's weekly. Whether it's tear-jerking tales of triumph over tragedy, the most heart-warming pictures or the best of bonkers Britain, all human life is here. Beyond the rollercoaster ride of true stories, Chat is also jam-packed full of your favourite puzzles with big cash prizes, the canniest bargain shopping features, health advice you can trust, readers' tips, the latest telly news and loads more.

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welcome to this week’s chat...

When her mum was killed, Lorna made a chilling prediction (p6). She just wishes someone had listened. Big-hearted Benjamin might not have your average family, but he’s showing what it really takes to be a wonderful daddy (p56). And Aimee only wanted to help her ex, not knowing she was walking into a terrifying trap (p24). We’re packed with more real-life reads and all your usual faves, like fashion, health and food. Not forgetting our fab prize puzzles. And see p44 for a gorgeous bracelet – completely free for every reader. What a treat!…

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chat to us!

My adorable cat GG decided to give my boyfriend a hand opening his presents on his birthday. Sharon Greggains, Luton My son Ellis, 1, loves nothing more than making a mess! Katie Poolman, Uplands My brother Robert and my friend Rhean, on the left, and I, are so inseparable we call ourselves the three amigos. Sarah Morrison, Bracknell I got to give Marilyn Monroe's look a whirl in Roadster's Diner in Panama. Kay Cooper, Waltham Isn't my great- granddaughter Darcie a beauty? It's true, a smile does speak a million words. Maureen Smith, Mansfield My latest rescue guinea pigs, dad Gus, mum Esme and daughter Martha, are a happy little family. Carolina Palin, Sutton My pooches Koda, Aspen and Diesel are doing their neighbourhood watch duties. Deb Stokoe, Sunderland I love this photo of my mum and dad on their wedding day. What makes…

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‘he’ll kill againʼ

Lorna Peters, 49, Wellingborough Linking Mum’s arm as we walked around the market, I looked at clothes for the kids. ‘Do you think Nichola would like this?’ I asked, picking up a pink, knitted jumper I thought would look gorgeous on my little girl. It was early 1994. Me and my mum Jacqueline Aspery were like two peas in a pod. At just 44, she was more like a big sister to me. But our relationship hadn’t always been easy. Mum had suffered with mental-health problems when I was a kid. An only child, I was taken into care. But Mum fought for me to go back and live with her. Then she started drinking... We’d had our fair share of ups and downs over the years. But, after the birth of my children – Chris in November…

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blimey!

No hassle tassel I used an old curtain tie-back tassel to make a quirky duster/ spider remover by attaching the tassel to a stick. It works a treat and amuses everyone who sees it! Brita Bevis, Sleaford Get moving To get your car going safely in slippery conditions, keep a piece of old carpet in your car to put under a skidding tyre. It's very effective for traction to get your motor moving. Kelly Martin, Leeds Odour eater To get a chopping board clean and odour free, sprinkle with baking soda, leave overnight, then rinse. Janice Wood, Norfolk Hard to beat An old towel that has gone hard can be cut into squares and used as dishcloths. As good as sponge scourers and environmentally friendly. Mary Cook, Gainsborough Van-icure? Cover any unsightly scratches on a car with nail varnish in the same colour.…

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worth waiting for

Jen Bickel, 41, Cardiff Marching round the living room, I pushed my dolly in her pushchair ahead of me. ‘Hush baby,’ I said. ‘Mummy’s here.’ Aged 5, Mummies and Daddies was my favourite game. From the youngest age, all I’d ever wanted was to be a mum. As the years passed, it felt like my dreams were on track to come true. By October 2006, age 29, I was married to my first love Andrew, 28 – and after our honeymoon, we’d started trying for a baby. This time next year, I could be a mum! I thought excitedly. One afternoon several weeks later, I started getting stomach cramps at my IT job. Hunched over in pain, I went to the hospital and was sent for an ultrasound, which revealed a surprise. I’d actually been six weeks pregnant. Only, sadly,…

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a moment of madness?

It was 26 May 2000, and the last day of term. The long, hot summer holidays stretched before the pupils of Lake Worth Community Middle School, Florida. But, as Nathaniel Brazill larked around with his schoolmates, a water-balloon fight got out of hand. Nathaniel, 13, known as Nate, was sent home in disgrace. Suspended. The young teen was seething about the way that his school year had ended. Good-looking and popular, he’d recently got together with his school sweetheart – his first love. Nate had been looking forward to spending their last day together before the three-month summer break. Now, he wouldn’t get the chance to say goodbye. To make matters worse, Nate’s grades had recently taken a dip. His favourite teacher Barry Grunow, 35, who’d previously nominated Nate for a prestigious Student of the Year award, was…

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