- Phyllis Aine, a computer scientist, did not know that one social media message would change the trajectory of her life
- She inboxed Benjamin for business purposes and later on, the two walked down the aisle
- Their business venture turned into the most beautiful love story
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Nothing beats the feeling of finally finding the other half of your heart.
It makes everything beautiful. The sun shines brighter, birds chirp louder and your heart beats faster.
Phyllis Aine, a computer scientist from Uganda, is what many people would refer to as God’s chosen one.
A simple message turned her life into a fairytale and she thanks heavens for the day she ever slid into her partner’s DM.
The new wife said on Twitter that her relationship started off as a simple message meant for business purposes.
“I went to his dm for business and came out with a husband. Two souls, one heart,” Phyllis wrote on Twitter.
Below her message, she attached three magnificent photos of her wedding day.
The blushing bride looked like a queen. Her mermaid shaped gown was a dream come true and the ornaments on her head had her looking like Egyptian royalty.
One thing that stood out was the power of love, the power of attraction.
In a way, her story and that of her life partner Benjamin Agirembabazi proved that soulmates do exist.
“On Saturday we closed the book of lamentations and opened the book of actions when we decided to make it official. Thanks all, but mainly to our mutuals who knew about us but respected our privacy,” Benjamin tweeted.
was narrated a similar instance where a South African lady turned social media users into instant hopeless romantics after sharing her sweet love story.
The beauty showed how she and her boo moved from strangers to forever partners in a short time.
Neo Matlhonolofatso Thekiso opened up about how she and her husband met on social media back in 2016.
Through a Facebook post that has since gone viral, Neo detailed how she had a crush on her man and decided to start with a simple friend request in 2019.
After adding him up, she stayed in the sidelines and silently hoped for a miracle.
"I had a crush on him in 2016. I never said anything or acted on it, only sent a friend request and kept my distance," she wrote.
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