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Mum killed herself after bust-up with husband who kept her up watching an Anthony Joshua fight


 Tragic Felicity Hyde took her own life following a row with husband Chris as he watched a boxing match with pals
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Tragic Felicity Hyde took her own life following a row with husband Chris as he watched a boxing match with pals
Felicity Hyde, 38, accused Chris, 46, and pals of 'disrespecting her home' as they watched Anthony Joshua take on Wladimir Klitschko in April
A MUM of three killed herself in a ''moment of madness'' after she rowed with her husband when she was kept up by him and his pals as they watched a boxing match on TV.
Former travel company boss Felicity Hyde, 38, berated the group saying they were “disrespecting her home”.
 Felicty accused Chris and his friends of 'disrepecting her home' as they watched Anthony Joshua take on Wladimir Klitschko
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Felicty accused Chris and his friends of 'disrepecting her home' as they watched Anthony Joshua take on Wladimir Klitschko
 Felicity hanged herself in the garage of her Blackpool home in May this year
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Felicity hanged herself in the garage of her Blackpool home in May this year

The following day she had a “heated discussion” with 46-year-old recruitment consultant Chris, telling him if they were to divorce she wanted a “massive settlement”.
And 24 hours later housewife Felicity hanged herself in the garage of their family home in Blackpool, Lancs, while Chris took the kids to the dump.
An inquest heard Felicity, who previously worked as a resort manager for Thomas Cook, had no history of mental illness or depression. But in 2013 she said she was going to kill herself and took an excessive amount of medication.
The tragedy occurred after Chris and his friends joined millions of armchair boxing fans on April 29 to watch Anthony Joshua take on Wladimir Klitschko.
Chris told the Blackpool hearing: “It was the first time I had friends over to the house and she agreed to it.
“But, after the boxing she came downstairs and went mad at my friends, saying that she wanted to sleep and that they were disrespecting her house.

 An inquest heard that Felicity had no history of mental illness or depression
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An inquest heard that Felicity had no history of mental illness or depression
 The inquest heard how Felicity came downstairs and berated her husband and his friends, complaining that they were preventing her from sleeping
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The inquest heard how Felicity came downstairs and berated her husband and his friends, complaining that they were preventing her from sleeping
 In a 'heated discussion' Felicity told Chris if they were to divorce she wanted a 'massive settlement'
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In a 'heated discussion' Felicity told Chris if they were to divorce she wanted a 'massive settlement'

“We didn’t end up talking about it until the evening on the Sunday. I said to her, 'I think at my age I shouldn’t have to put up with this behaviour, you need to change'.
“But she said, 'If you want to divorce me, I want a massive settlement.’'
“We weren’t having divorce discussions it was something that she had just said - I thought that we were happy.
''It was not patched up but in hindsight there was nothing at all that could have indicated that she was going to kill herself or self harm.''

The following day - Bank Holiday Monday - the inquest head that Felicity told Chris she intended to kill herself.
He added: “I just thought, 'Why would you say something like that in front of the children'. I had said to her, because I had the day off, that we should finish the children’s play area.
“I didn’t want to waste the day and bicker with her and she agreed that was what we would do.

 Husband Chris told the inquest there was 'nothing that could have indicated' Felicity's desire to kill herself

Husband Chris told the inquest there was 'nothing that could have indicated' Felicity's desire to kill herself
 Husband Chris told the inquest that he thought that he and Felicity 'were happy' ahead of her taking her own life
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Husband Chris told the inquest that he thought that he and Felicity 'were happy' ahead of her taking her own life

“I went to the tip with the three children about 11am.”
It was then that Felicity took her own life.
Chris added: "A little bit of me can't believe she meant to do it - it was a moment of madness.”
Coroner Alan Wilson recorded a verdict of suicide.


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