Thomas Cook crisis ruins honeymoons and plans

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Holidaymakers have had honeymoons and plans ruined and have even been left fearing for their lives due to dwindling medication as Thomas Cook teeters on the brink of collapse today. 

One couple on honeymoon in Cancun said their relaxing holiday had turned into a 'frenzy' as customers searched desperately for news about the ailing travel firm. 

On top of that, series of couples face an anxious wait over their plans after spending thousands to book a dream abroad. 

Their anxious wait is still going on today as Thomas Cook bosses hold crunch talks with shareholders in a last-ditch effort to save the firm. 

One British mother feared she would run out of medication in what could have been a 'life-threatening' situation, prompting a mystery stranger to step in and book her a new flight.  

Sami Ryder, 26, who works in marketing, is due to get married to Dean Turgeon with a Thomas Cook package in Santorini next September

Sami Ryder, 26, who works in marketing, is due to get married to Dean Turgeon with a Thomas Cook package in Santorini next September

Chloe Sharpe and Paul Kerfoot, both 27, whose dream £15,000 wedding in Cyprus is in jeopardy because of the Thomas Cook crisis

Chloe Sharpe and Paul Kerfoot, both 27, whose dream £15,000 in Cyprus is in jeopardy because of the Thomas Cook crisis

James and Rebecca Hyam, from Lichfield, are facing an anxious end to their honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico. 

The newlyweds are supposed to be flying back to Manchester on Monday night.

Mr Hyam told CNN: 'There are quite a few of us here with Thomas Cook at the hotel where we are staying. Everyone is quite concerned.' 

The issues facing the travel company had 'transformed a nice, relaxing honeymoon holiday to a Twitter frenzy trying to find out what happens next,' he said.  

Others face having long-cherished plans ruined by the possible collapse of Thomas Cook.  

Sami Ryder, 26, who works in marketing, is due to get married to Dean Turgeon with a Thomas Cook package in Santorini next September. 

She said: 'The package includes venue, celebrant to marry us, bouquets etc and we have around 30-35 guests flying out with us.' 

She said she now fears she and Dean, 27, who live in the Midlands, could be left having to reorganise plans. 

Chloe Hardy told BBC News her on the Greek island of Zante next month - which she booked more than a year ago - is now under threat. 

James and Rebecca Hyam, from Lichfield, are concerned about returning home from their honeymoon in Cancun. The newlyweds were are supposed to be flying back to Manchester on Monday night

James and Rebecca Hyam, from Lichfield, are concerned about returning home from their honeymoon in Cancun. The newlyweds were are supposed to be flying back to Manchester on Monday night

Chloe Hardy and her fiance Jack (pictured together) said her wedding in Zante in October - which she booked more than a year ago - is now under threat

Chloe Hardy and her fiance Jack (pictured together) said her in Zante in October - which she booked more than a year ago - is now under threat

'We've had constant questions from our family that we are unable to answer,' she said. 

'Our is costing almost £12,000 with things we have bought here, the

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