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Scots mum planning her wedding and funeral at the same time at the age of 29 after cancer diagnosis

Natalie Sanders-Mohammad will walk down the aisle holding her three-year-old son's hand to marry the love of her life at Crossbasket Castle in Blantyre.

But while it will be the happiest day of her life, it will also be tinged with sadness because Natalie was given months to live after being diagnosed with breast cancer 18 months ago.

Before she was diagnosed, Natalie, 29, from Coatbridge, was a healthy and happy young woman and it wasn't until one day her son brushed against her that she felt a sharp pain in her breast.

She said: "When Zeke was two, I noticed a sharp pain in one of my breasts whenever Zeke brushed against me."I knew from previous trips to the GP that my boobs were lumpy, but I was reassured that if the lump moved around it.

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