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A contestant on SAS: Who Dares Wins has revealed his wife who was 'perfect in every single way' killed herself less than a year ago.
The heartbreaking revelation is set to be shared by Mark Peart, who is taking part in the Channel 4 series, to be aired on Sunday.
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After struggling in one of the tasks the 32-year-old is brought in to face special forces soldiers Ant Middleton and Jason Fox in an interview- where he tells them the tragic story of his wife Chelsey's death, as reported by The Mirror.
Mark, 32, says: 'I lost my wife six months ago. She committed suicide.
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'She was perfect in every single way. She was beautiful, she was funny, happy, honestly like the fairytale. But she just had these things that ate away on her - low self-esteem and anxieties.
'I'm still feeling lost with it and don't fully understand. I don't think I ever will.'
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At the inquest, the coroner heard Mrs Peart was found hanging by her husband Mark at their home in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, on April 11.
In a statement which was read at Doncaster Coroner's Court by coroner's officer David Copley, Mr Peart said he was working a day shift at Manvers Fire Station on April 11.
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He said: 'I arrived home at about 7.05pm and the house was...
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