Britain’s first Down’s Syndrome couple to get married face being torn apart after 24 years as husband’s dementia means he forgets who his wife is

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THE first Down’s Syndrome couple to get married in Britain could be torn apart after 24 blissful years together. Maryanne Pilling, 48, and Tommy Pilling, 61, tied the knot in a lavish ceremony at St Mary’s Church, Essex, in July 1995. Celebrating their 22nd anniversary, the pair set u...

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