Karen Matthews planning on baby with paedo fiance – but wants to ‘save her body’

Karen Matthews is planning to have a baby with her convicted paedophile fiance – but the monster mum wants to “save her body” and has found a surrogate.

Matthews, 44, from Dewsbury, Yorkshire, is engaged to paedophile Paul Saunders, 57, who was jailed in 2010 for abusing a 15-year-old girl.

The pair have told pals they have already found a woman willing to have the baby for them.

They are willing to pay £1,000 to the mystery woman for any costs incurred during the pregnancy.

A source said: "She wants to be a mummy again.

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"Her feelings are no one can stop her despite what has happened in the past and it's her decision."

She added: "Basically Karen and Paul have asked an old friend of his if she'd be a surrogate for them. And she said yes.

"Karen said it's the only way of having a baby without people taking photos of her pregnant and it will be worth it to save her body."

She added: "She said you can get it done cheap in Europe then people won't know."

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Matthews got engaged to handyman Saunders, 57, over Christmas.

Saunders was arrested on suspicion of breaching his parole terms after their engagement was revealed, but was later released.

Matthews and her then-partner's uncle Michael Donovan were jailed for staging Shannon's abduction in a bid to pocket reward money 12 years ago.

Donovan, now 51, kept the youngster drugged in his flat in Dewsbury, West Yorks, for 24 days.

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Police then raided it and found her hidden inside a divan bed base.

The pair were each jailed for eight years after being convicted of kidnapping, false imprisonment and perverting justice.

Matthews was freed in 2012 after doing just four years.

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