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36-Year-Old Lady Who Divorced Her Husband After 32 Weeks Now Set To Marry His Father

36-Year-Old Lady Who Divorced Her Husband After 32 Weeks Now Set To Marry His Father
A 36-year-old woman has left her husband to marry his 74-year-old father – who lived with the now-divorced couple while they were together.

Liza Goddard, from Grimsby, broke it off with her 35-year-old husband, Jason Harwood in 2003 after their eight-month marriage collapsed.

Goddard is now set to return to Jason’s life as his step mum after deciding to wed his father John, who is almost 40 years older than her.

Jason had lived with Goddard in his pensioner father’s bedsit in Slough, Berkshire.

Since parting, Goddard has been having a secret affair with John, and she’s even warned unemployed Jason: “You’d better get used to the idea of me being your step mum.”

Jason told The Sun: “She is going from my ex-wife to my step mum. What they are doing is wrong.”

The 74-year-old dad has even made his engagement official on Facebook, drawing shock from Jason’s wider friends and family.

And his mum Sharon, 54, who has three other children with John, said she was disgusted.

She added: “John has never been any good. He has never been a father to his kids and he has been a dreadful grandfather. Liza has even been bragging that she is going to be grandma to my kids. It’s horrible.”

Jason had long suspected that the pair were up to something.

Sickened: Jason Harwood has told how his 74-year-old dad is marrying his wife. He told how he once went to purchase his wife a milkshake, but forgot what flavour Liza had asked for.

Jason claims that upon returning to the house to check, he found her in bed wearing no underwear and his dad sat in a chair nearby with his fly undone.

When he got fed up after moving to a different house, he kicked his father out – but Liza left soon afterwards, and they divorced in 2003.

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