Kirsty Maxwell’shusband speaks of agony on wife’s birthday

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Kirsty Maxwell's husband speaks of agony on wife's birthday
ONE YEAR ON: Kirsty and Adam would have celebrated their first wedding anniversary this week Photo credit Facebook

THE husband of Kirsty Maxwell – the newlywed scot who fell from a tenth-floor balcony at Benidorm’s Payma Apartments on April 29 recently spoke of his agony on what would have been his wife’s 28th birthday.

Husband Adam also revealed that this week would have marked the couple’s first wedding anniversary.

He said last Friday: “Today would have marked Kirsty’s 28th birthday.

“Twenty-eight years of wonderful memories, 28 years we were lucky to have her – followed in a few days’ time by what should have marked our first wedding anniversary together as husband and wife.

“So many happy memories of Kirsty amongst so much sadness.”

Callum Northridge, 29, Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34 and Daniel Bailey, 32 fronted a closed hearing last month after Ms Maxwell’s family asked Spanish judge Ana Isabel Garcia-Galbis to summon them back for questioning.

A statement released on behalf of four of the men said they ‘categorically deny any involvement in the unfortunate incident.’

The family now expect the case to be concluded in September.

Adam added: “As a family, over the next week we will be paying tribute to our beautiful girl. We remember her big smile and loving heart, we will cherish the memories you gave us and celebrate the life we shared.

“The family would appreciate some privacy at this very difficult time. I would also again like to thank you all for the respect, privacy and support you continue to provide.

“It means so much to us as a family, thank you all so much.”

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