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'Last weekend I couldn't have been happier because we'd just got married. I don't know how I'm going to cope.' When Peter met 54-year-old Lidiya Shulga last July - after striking up a relationship on a dating website - she portrayed herself very differently.

After years of loneliness following the loss of his wife to breast cancer in 1998, Peter was encouraged by friends to try online dating and Lidiya's description of herself as 'a friend for you' resonated with the retiree. 'She said she was looking for a friend and she was really attractive.

She didn't say she was foreign, but when she started corresponding I guessed, because of her broken English.' They soon met for lunch in Cardiff and spent two hours chatting, and again the following day.

'I thought she was very, very nice - although sometimes a little strongwilled, I just put that down to being Ukrainian.

'I felt sick,' says Peter, 62, a retired British Gas draughtsman from Neath in South Wales.

'As soon as I saw her photo I didn't need to read any more - she was wearing the same dress on her previous wedding day as she had to ours.

Chris says: 'She would cook dinner then run upstairs and leave Dad sitting alone in the living room all evening.' According to divorce papers, she moved out of the marital bedroom in 2004.

But it was her cost of living which proved hardest for Keith to handle. 'She racked up big phone bills calling the Ukraine, took regular trips out there and flew her two children, from a previous marriage in the Ukraine, back and forth to visit.' Lidiya was also receiving £700 'housekeeping' money each month - almost everything Keith drew from the business.

Then she wanted to ice cakes, but she was hopeless at it.' Soon, relations within the family and community became strained.It transpired that he'd gone to visit his 'pen pal' in the Ukraine - and after just two more visits he brought Lidiya home to Wales and married her. And it was to prove a disastrous entanglement for the whole family.Chris, 34, says: 'I was really surprised and thought it strange, but couldn't say anything as I knew he wanted company - he had tried dating after he and Mum divorced 18 years ago, but it's difficult for farmers to meet women because of the hours they work.I grew very fond of her and started seeing her regularly.' Lidiya, who revealed little about her background in the Ukraine, told Peter that she had been recently widowed in Wales and was still living unhappily in the marital home - but had been left nothing in the will and that her stepchildren were causing trouble.'I thought the situation sounded terrible and felt really sorry for her - losing her husband and then having nothing to survive on.

Then she wanted to ice cakes, but she was hopeless at it.' Soon, relations within the family and community became strained.It transpired that he'd gone to visit his 'pen pal' in the Ukraine - and after just two more visits he brought Lidiya home to Wales and married her. And it was to prove a disastrous entanglement for the whole family.Chris, 34, says: 'I was really surprised and thought it strange, but couldn't say anything as I knew he wanted company - he had tried dating after he and Mum divorced 18 years ago, but it's difficult for farmers to meet women because of the hours they work.I grew very fond of her and started seeing her regularly.' Lidiya, who revealed little about her background in the Ukraine, told Peter that she had been recently widowed in Wales and was still living unhappily in the marital home - but had been left nothing in the will and that her stepchildren were causing trouble.'I thought the situation sounded terrible and felt really sorry for her - losing her husband and then having nothing to survive on.The simple wedding last Friday was just as Peter Barnes hoped it would be - a register office affair in Wales with his beloved new wife Lidiya, followed by a romantic meal in a local restaurant.