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A hairdresser pictured cosying up to her husband for a romantic Christmas dinner photo is accused of murdering him just days later.
Teresa Hanson has been released on bail following her second court appearance in four days after her husband died from a single stab wound three days after Christmas.
Police were called to Little London Lane in West Cowick, East Yorkshire, at 7.15pm on December 28 to reports that Paul Hanson had suffered a stab wound, HullLive reported.
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He was taken to hospital for treatment but died shortly after his arrival.
Hanson, who turned 54 on New Year's Day, was charged with her husband's murder and appeared at Hull Crown Court, where she spoke only to confirm her name and agreed that she understood the procedures to be followed for future hearings.
Christmas day photos shared on social media appear to show the pair enjoying Christmas dinner surrounded by family, thought to be grandchildren.
Prosecutor Charlotte Baines gave details of the likely timetable for the case and added that police inquiries were ongoing.
A provisional trial date has been fixed for June 12 and is expected to take about five days.
A plea and case management hearing has also been set for March 20.
Hanson was represented by Helen Chapman who asked for the defendant to be allowed bail with conditions, which was granted.
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She will have to live with her parents in Rawcliffe Bridge, near Goole, on an electronically-monitored curfew which will prevent her from leaving the house between the hours of 11pm and 6am.
She will have to turn over her passport to police and cannot travel internationally.
Hanson is also forbidden from entering West Cowick or discussing the case with family members.
Indicating that she understood the terms of her bail, she replied "yes, sir" three times as the conditions were read to her.
As she left the dock and was returned to her cell she was seen holding her hands to her face.
Arrangements will now be made so she can be released from custody.
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