Mistress of man who killed pregnant wife, kids searched for wedding dresses before deaths: report

The Colorado woman who was dating Chris Watts when he killed his pregnant wife and two young children reportedly made a number of online searches seemingly related to the couple's possible future together, including for wedding dresses.

Nichol Kessinger, who previously revealed to The Denver Post that she "believed" Watts when he told her he was nearing the close of his divorce proceedings, looked up "marrying your mistress" on Google and spent more than two hours browsing the search engine "for wedding dresses," according to investigative documents from the Weld County District Attorney's Office that were acquired by People.

The searches reportedly occurred on Aug. 4 and Aug. 8, respectively - not long before Watts' wife, Shanann - who at the time was 15 weeks pregnant - and their two daughters were reported missing that month.

Watts has since been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for his role in their murders.

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