ANNI Dewani's dad has spoken of his agony after husband Shrien found new love four years after being cleared of murdering her on their South African honeymoon.

The Brit businessman now has a Brazilian-born boyfriend, photographer Gledison Lopez Martins, with the couple believed to be sharing a home in West London.

Speaking to the MailOnline Anni's dad Vinod Hindocha said the fact the couple have visited Mumbai has "hurt us greatly".

He said: "That was the place that Anni married him.

"I would have thought that he would keep that place in his heart especially for that memory."

Dewani wife Anni was killed in a robbery in shortly after their wedding in 2010 in Cape Town.

Dewani and Martins have been together for around 18 months and the recently holidayed on Ibiza.

The care home millionaire was also pictured cuddled up to his lover on another holiday to Mumbai.

Anni's dad Vinod said the fact he kept his gay secret from his daughter "was an utter disgrace".

He added: "Now I learn that he has fallen for another man. That is no surprise. I am not against gay people in any way at all. Just this man.

"We miss her every minute of every day."

Speaking to The Sun from Sweden, Dewani's Uncle Ashok said: "We were not surprised when she saw the photo of Dewani lying back on another man's shoulder.

"When we learned they had gone to Bombay [Mumbai], the place he married Anni - that was a little awkward for the family," Ashok said.

"From day one he was denying he was gay. His family said they would sue when allegations were made as it was a lie.

"Then in court he was supposedly 70% bisexual. Now it appears he is pure gay. He should have let us know.

"If Shrien had told us the truth about his sexuality before the marriage, Anni would never have married him or gone to South Africa where she was shot dead."

Dewani, 38, revealed his bisexuality on the first day of his murder trial, when he was accused of hiring hitmen to kill his wife on their honeymoon.

His family appear to have accepted their son’s new boyfriend inviting him to their family home last Christmas.

Dewani’s parents, Shila and Prakash, are Facebook friends with Martins and the Dewani family can be seen on YouTube at a fancy dress party in a video with him.

The couple have posted several loved-up photographs and videos including a film taken on a train in India in which Dewani rests his head on Martins’ chest.

Martins has posted a portrait of Dewani on his website as well as uploading a snap of them, labelled ’23 Oct 2017, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia', which is in a suburb of Ibiza.

Speaking about Dewani returning to Mumbai, Ashok told The Sun: "It was insensitive for him to go back to Bombay - last time he was there it was with us for his wedding. I hope he did not stay in the same hotel - but I would not put anything past him.

"This has never been closed for us, we still don't know why she had to die, what were her last words?

"He has been living a lie over his sexuality at least since the day he met Anni.

"You don't just turn gay overnight, you know it from a very early age - so why did he continue with a heterosexual girl? We simply don't know.

"He has left us in a very bad situation with this latest turn of events."

On the first day of his Cape Town trial, Dewani revealed he had been visiting gay prostitutes and was bisexual.

Anni’s family said they had no clue he was involved with men or had been paying for sex until his trial.

During his engagement, Dewani told Anni’s father, Vinod Hindocha, that he did not want to have sex before marriage which made a good impression.

But later it was revealed that he had been paying a male prostitute known as the "German Master" for sex.

Leopold Leisser, was found hanged in September 2016 at his Birmingham home in what was believed to have been a suicide.

Leisser gave evidence at the trial were he said Dewani paid up to £400 for a number of sex sessions.

He told the Cape Town court: “He brought some items such as a rubber vest and a pair of rubber shorts and 20 hole boots.

“He was very charming and quite educated.”

The former soldier claimed they met at least three times between September 2009 and April 2010.

Anni, a Swedish-raised engineer was just 28 when she was shot dead as the couple toured Cape Town on November 13, 2010.

Three men - Zola Tongo, Mziwamadoda Qwabe and Xolile Mngeni – were given jail terms for their role in the killing.

They claimed Dewani arranged the hijacking in which he would survive and his wife would be killed, which he also strenuously denied.

But Cape Town judges threw the case out before Dewani could give evidence.