Arthur Simpson-Kent, who fled to Ghana after allegedly killing his partner and her two children, and who was apprehended earlier this year, has copped to the murders.
Simpson-Kent admitted the murder of Sian Blake, the former Eastenders actress, and their two children- when he entered a guilty plea in court today (Friday).
The 48 year old entered his plea to Mr Justice Singh at the Old Bailey via video link from his current jail in the Belmarsh prison.
Arthur Simpson-Kent was declared wanted when police found bodies of Sian, and their two kids, Zachary and Amon on January 5, buried in shallow graves in their own back yard at Erith, Kent.
Kent had fled to Ghana, where he was born, at the time- and an international manhunt for his capture ended when he was grabbed in the Western Region on 9 January.
He was arrested at Heathrow after being extradited, and was placed on trial for the crimes.
His sentencing is set for October 4.