This Husband Is Appealing To Find The Last Picture Taken Of His Wife

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When a loved one passes away, your final days with them and the momentos they leave behind are each imbued with huge significance.

A dress they had recently worn or the last text message they sent to you are infused with a final grace and make for lasting memories.

This is certainly how Alan Wright felt on the passing of his wife at the end of 2015.

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In September of the year, Wright and his wife took a trip to Sissinghurst Castle in Kent and she sadly died about three months later.

On the trip, the two of them had ended up speaking to some fellow visitors, and one of the other guests took a photograph of the married couple together.

Wright later realised this was the last photo taken of his wife and became set on finding it.

Alan was moved to write into the latest issue of The National Trust magazine to appeal to whoever was at Sissinghurst Castle in September and who might have taken the photo.

The letter read:

On a trip to Sissinghurst Castle, Kent, during September 2015, my wife and I spoke to a couple of fellow visitors. The gentleman then asked to take a photo os us sitting in one of the gardens. My wife sadly passed away about three months later, and I have realised that this would have been the last photo ever taken of her. I would dearly love to obtain a copy. Could you publish an appeal in the members' magazine? It would mean so much to me.

Not only did the the National Trust magazine print the appeal, but the people of Twitter have picked it up also, and are imploring others to retweet until they find the photograph.

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Thankfully people are doing their best to find the photo.

We can only hope Alan gets the last photo of his wife.

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