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Natalie Hemming: Paul Hemming denies partner's murder

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Image caption Natalie Hemming was reported missing on 3 May

The partner of a mother-of-three, whose body was found in woodland three weeks after she went missing, has denied her murder.

Natalie Hemming, 31, was last seen alive in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire on 1 May. She was found dead on 22 May.

Paul Hemming, 42, pleaded not guilty to murder, alleged to have taken place between 30 April and 4 May, when he appeared via video link at Luton Crown Court.

He is due to stand trial in October.

Mr Hemming, of Alderney Avenue, Newton Leys, was remanded in custody.

Ms Hemming's body was found in a wood at Chandlers Cross, 30 miles from their home, on 22 May.

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