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As Carol relays their story, Daniel sits patiently opposite her, sipping a Coke.
Seeing the two together, her words are tricky to believe. A gentle 6ft 4in presence with a tumbling head of hair and wide blue eyes, he maintains eye contact, unabashed. “Once they actually said it, it was a massive relief because I had something to use as a point of reference,” says Carol.
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“It’s as though someone is inside his head and they have a long strip of paper with all the sentences on and they’re cutting each word up and throwing it out in the wrong order,” says Carol, 57.