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Nicholas Lovell will be sentenced on the 22 May for causing the deaths of Ross and Clare Simons by dangerous driving after he collided with their tandem bike near Bristol in January.
Mr Lovell's partner Louise Cox has pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice and will also be sentenced next month.
Ross and Clare Simons had been married for about 18-months when they were killed after a man knocked them off their tandem bike in January in Bristol.
Nicholas Lovell, 38, will be sentenced in four weeks after pleading guilty to causing the deaths by dangerous driving of the couple.
Mr Lovell's partner Louise Cox has pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice.
Nicholas Lovell and Louise Cox will both be sentence within four weeks.
The public gallery was packed with the victims' family and friends as well as supporters of the pair who entered guilty pleas.
Nicholas Lovell has pleaded guilty to the death by dangerous driving of husband and wife Ross and Clare Simons who were killed when they were knocked off their tandem bicycle in a hit and run in Hanham near Bristol in January.
His partner Louise Cox has pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice.