British pair found dead in Cambodia married on Christmas Day, says mother

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    A couple who were discovered dead in a guesthouse in southern Cambodia on Sunday had hitched on Christmas Day, the mother of one of the couple has said.

    The assemblages of Robert Wells, 36, from Sunderland, and his significant other, Imogen Goldie, 28, from Camberwell, south London, were found in the coastline resort of Sihanoukville on New Year’s Day. The couple are accepted to have killed themselves on Goldie’s birthday, which was the day preceding.

    Wells’ mom, Collette, who lives in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, said when she addressed her child for the last time he educated her regarding the wedding and how infatuated he was.

    “They were on vacation and he rang me on Boxing Day to reveal to me they were hitched on one of the Cambodian islands,” she said. “He revealed to me he cherished her so in particular, she meant everything to him and he would do anything for her. Lamentably that was the last I listened.”

    Goldie was an artist musician. Wells had worked in a call focus in Longbenton, North Tyneside, and furthermore in IT in Manchester and London.

    They met in 2014 and in October 2016 chose to go going until “the cash ran out”, said his mom.

    Collette Wells said she didn’t get official warning of her child’s passing and was just ready to affirm it by calling the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

    She said she was crushed accordingly of his passing and had gotten little data in spite of asserted subtle elements of the passings being distributed in the media.

    It has been accounted for that an affirmed suicide note was found in the guesthouse that alluded to emotional wellness battles and to an inclination that they had both been let around the NHS.

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    Goldie’s mom, Diane, set up a crowdfunding page to empower her to go out to Cambodia to incinerate her little girl. On it she stated: “This unfeeling framework fizzled both my girl and her better half, Robert, abandoning them to discover answers for their psychological wellness issues by their own hands. Will you help me bring my child back home please?” By Tuesday, she had as of now surpassed her objective of £5,000.

    Laura Lola High composed on the page: “I am grateful your girl was a major part of my life, I didn’t have any acquaintance with her well, however we were close for a brief timeframe, she made some of my darker days considerably brighter. Xxx”

    Wells’ mom has additionally set up a crowdfunding page to raise cash to go to Cambodia.

    She stated: “My lone child made a trip to Cambodia and wedded his genuine romance on an island on Christmas Day. They were both discovered dead of an evident twofold suicide on New Year’s Day. I am urgent to get out there to incinerate him and bring his fiery debris home.” She surpassed her objective of £3,000 by Tuesday.

    Wells said she was crushed to have not seen a photo of her child’s wedding, in spite of the fact that the couple shared a picture of their interweaved hands with coordinating tattoos on their ring fingers.4

    Companions of the couple left tributes via web-based networking media.

    Siouxsie Wild composed on Facebook: “Simply finding out about Robert Wells and Imogen. Such deplorable news RIP. I trust you discover peace together.”

    A Foreign Office representative stated: “We are in contact with nearby specialists taking after the passings of two British nationals in Cambodia and are prepared to bolster their families at this to a great degree troublesome time.”

    In the UK and Ireland the Samaritans can be reached on 116 123. In the US, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is 1-800-273-8255. In Australia, the emergency bolster benefit Lifeline is on 13 11 14. Hotlines in different nations can be found here.

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