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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Man Marries His Late Wife's Brides Maid

True love happens when it's least expected !!!!




Margaret Husband, 95, of Oxfordshire, and Bernard Brice, 93, of Cumbria, knew each other when they were younger, but reconnected six years ago at the funeral for Bernard’s late wife.


“(Bernard) collared me afterwards to say he’d always had a soft spot for Mum,” Margaret’s son Robert Husband, 52, told Caters News. “I was a bit taken back when he told me he liked my mum at his wife’s funeral as it’s obviously quite a sensitive time.”

Bernard’s late wife, Dorothy Brice, was friends with Margaret in their youth and Margaret was even their bridesmaid when the pair got married.

This time around, she was the bride at Bernard’s wedding, and walked down the aisle at a local church with posies and ribbons tied to the handlebars of her three-wheeled walker.

“I didn’t think I’d see the day, but it’s really nice they’ve got this loving companionship at their age,” Robert said. “It was a brilliant day. They both had a lot of friends from around the country who went up to celebrate with them.”

Bernard’s 63-year-old son, Graham Brice, stood by his side as his best man, and Margaret was given away by her four sons.

“I wasn’t nervous — I was excited,” the elderly groom said. “I never dreamed I’d get married at this age."

from Inside Edition.


22 comments:

  1. Well.....good they are not Nigerians. The woman for don hear am

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  2. Lmaoooo
    This kain love wey dey 'shack' oyibo people tho.

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  3. Oyinbocology... This people and their free mind

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  4. Age is just but a number. He is blessed at 95 to have his mind intact. The heart/mind can still fall in love even at a very ripe old age, If it is not messed up with Alzheimer or dementia. Good thing the kids allowed them to get married, it's part of their well being/happiness for the little time they got left on this earth.

    Blessed groom of 95, chai. When an uncle of mine at 70+ is already struck with alzheimer's disease. He can't recognize his grown up son, remembers him as a lititle boy, looking for him around the house to get ready for kindergarten.

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  5. If na naija now d comments will be like #she killed the wife #men are scum bla bla bla

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  6. This can only happen in the abroad

    *galore'scrush

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    1. Galore welldone oo.
      U no get crush anywia

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  7. No picture, no story.

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  8. They never talk true! E no pass , go for coffee, walk their dogs, go camping, horse riding, strawberry picking at this age! Enjoy my people!

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    1. Yes oh!
      In my next life I will never be black or African race!!!
      People of dark mind & stuck in rut. Single older black women r witches or mad & permanently damaged & the black older men r into cults & devious full of evil or mentally disturbed, broke loosers & useless for marriage in their old age.
      NO HAPPINESS & FULFILMENT IN LOVE.

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  9. So is it that he never truly loved the dead wife?

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    1. U see....I said I must see one Nigerian mentality comment for here.

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  10. 95 and 93, dead wife/friend= no scandal

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  11. Awwwn, good for them mbok. Marriage is till death do you part. HML to them.

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  12. Lol...that means the man has been eyeing Margaret while the wife was alive......wawuuu......life is a circle

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  13. They better die together and continue their journey together.

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  14. This happened in oshogbo

    The man that owned a big hospital in omo west lost his wife few years ago then few months later he got married to his late wife younger sister..

    The new bride looked exactly like his late wife

    Maybe its their culture,tradition or something

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  15. their names look like husband and bride

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