- A brave cancer survivor has posted about marrying the love of her life
- They tied the knot just two months after the woman beat cancer
- The pair had a wedding that adhered to Covid-19 regulations and only had 10 guests
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A woman has gushed about marrying her man just two months after she beat cancer. Her hubby stood by her side through gruelling chemotherapy and the grateful woman was still in disbelief of her fairytale ending.
Twitter user So__uneek shared a beautiful wedding photo along with this heartwarming caption:
"Beat chemo and almost exactly two months later married the man of my prayers who stood by my side during the whole process. Still can’t stop staring at this."
The brave woman said that the pair had a quarantine wedding with only 10 people. Social media users congratulated the beautiful couple. Twitter user mark_s_upham said:
"Congratulations, you are a beautiful looking couple, good luck to you."
"Love this! Congratulations on beating chemo and your beautiful wedding."
"Thank you for sharing your happiness with the world. Congratulations for both beating chemo and for finding the man of your dreams and prayers."
"Your testimony is beautiful! Wishing you both all the best. God bless you."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that even as countries across the world battle the novel coronavirus pandemic and its dire impact on human societies, many have been affected including people with marriage plans.
In spite of the herculean downturns of the dreaded COVID-19, love appears to be thriving and couples who are determined to tear through the thorns of the pandemic have managed to tie the knot in virtual or simple wedding ceremonies.
The latest is a handsome man with Twitter name @GodMadeTone, who recently took to his social media handle to celebrate his union with his fiancée. @GodMadeTone splashed his wall with stunning images from his gorgeous nuptial.
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