Bronson, 65, was moved from Wakefield jail to Frankland in County Durham
Former soap star Paula Williamson was used to getting only a peck through bars
'But now we can have a kiss and cuddle like a normal married couple,' she reveals
Published: 20:54 EDT, 17 February 2018 | Updated: 02:56 EDT, 18 February 2018
Britain's most violent prisoner Charles Bronson (pictured)
Britain's most violent prisoner Charles Bronson is now free to dance and sing with his wife after recently being moved to a different jail.
Former soap actress Paula Williamson was used to getting only a peck through bars from her husband before he was moved to a new prison last month.
Bronson, 65, was moved from Wakefield jail to Frankland in County Durham.
Last week the couple waltzed around the visitor's room as Bronson sang the Louis Armstrong tune 'It's a Wonderful World'.
Paula, 38, has revealed that while the set up still lacks privacy - with prison officers always being in the room - it is a lot more intimate than the previous arrangement.
'Before, I was forced to kiss Charlie through the cell bars, but now we can have a kiss and cuddle like a normal married couple,' she said, reported the Mirror.
At the Wakefield jail their policy for high security units meant open visits weren't allowed.
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The move means Bronson's new wife is facing a 200-mile round trip to visit her husband.
This is double the journey she had when she visited him at HMP Wakefield from her home in Stoke-on-Trent.
The pair married in November in the chapel at the Yorkshire prison, before she flew out to Malta with a friend for her honeymoon.
Former soap actress Paula Williamson (left) was used to getting only a peck through bars from her husband (right) before he was moved to a new prison last month
In 1999 he was given a life sentence after taking prison art teacher Phil Danielson hostage at HMP Hull after he criticised one of his drawings
The Category A prisoner - who has been a prison inmate for 43 years, during which he has beaten up prison officers, held numerous rooftop sieges and once threatened to eat an inmate he had taken hostage - plans to begin a specialist psychological unit class in a bid to downgrade to Category B.
Bronson will now share a prison with some of the country's most notorious lags, including Soham murderer Ian Huntley, serial killer Levi Bellfield, Lee Rigby murderer Michael Adebolajo and Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe.
Bellfield was in an adjoining cell to Bronson in segregation at Wakefield Prison, and boasted about how 'terrorised' him and wrote in a letter how 'that little fat leprechaun Charlie Bronson is still perving over young men.'
HMP Frankland is believed to hold 'bad memories' for Bronson as he previously took a deputy governor hostage there and has been 'doing well' at HMP Wakefield, passing a string of violence reduction courses.
Bronson will now share a prison with some of the country's most notorious lags, including serial killer Levi Bellfield (left) and Lee Rigby murderer Michael Adebolajo
Bronson, real name Michael Peterson, was first locked up for armed robbery in 1974, but during his time inside he has taken hostages in 10 prison sieges, attacked at least 20 prison officers and caused £500,000 in damage in rooftop protests.
In 1999 he was given a life sentence after taking prison art teacher Phil Danielson hostage at HMP Hull after he criticised one of his drawings.
After two failed marriages, his new wife Paula Williamson says her husband has changed his ways.
'People said our romance is a sham but he's the only man I want,' said Paula.
In recent years her husband has turned his hand to art and changed his surname from Bronson to Salvador in tribute to the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali.
Bronson, 65, was moved from Wakefield jail, Yorkshire, to Frankland (pictured) in County Durham
Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5404803/Charles-Bronson-moved-different-jail.html