Widow set to marry psychic after he got approval from her dead husband

A widow agreed to marry a medium who connected her with her late husband – six weeks after their first date.

Mum-of-one Asha Rogers Webb, 43, turned to psychic Kerin Webb after the sudden death of her partner.

Tragic trucker John Rogers, 64, died suddenly on Easter Sunday 2018 from a swelling on the brain.

The couple had been married for 18 years and Asha and her daughter Saffron, 22, were devastated.

But the former paralegal found love again with her second husband Kerin, 60 – and the pair say that John has given them his blessing.

Asha, now a ‘psychic channeller’, met her medium hubby when she saw him for a reading and they tied the knot in December 2019.

Kerin said: “As soon as I walked in and met Asha I felt an instant sense of comfort. She had an incredible energy about her.

“We had a soul connection, and we knew each other from a different life. It felt like we had known each other in many other lives.

“I’d never felt anything like it before and I definitely think it was John who brought us together.”

Now the duo, from Swindon, Wiltshire, have combined their psychic gifts to design oracle cards to help people find their soulmates.

Asha said she first went to see Kerin to talk to her husband in the afterlife.

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She added: “I needed some reassurance, and I needed to connect with John again.

“The messages from John really helped both me and my daughter and gave us both guidance.”

But after realising there was something between them, in May 2019 she went on a date with Kerin – and six weeks later agreed to marry him.

She said: “I felt like I knew him and that we had been in love in a different life. He was my twin flame.

“I never expected to meet someone after John, but it felt so right. Also, John had said to me that he didn’t want me to be alone.

“I think we loved each other in a different life and were finally meeting in this one.”

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