Man finally marries American woman he met on dating app

Man finally marries American woman he met on dating app

- Michael and Tracy lived in different continents when they first started dating

- The pair communicated through videos, audios and calls before finally meeting

- At some point, Tracy was thrown off by the distance between them but she chose to stick it out

US singer Omarion was smart enough when he sang “So much distance between us.”

Ugandan man finally marries American woman he met on dating app
Tracey and Michael were determined to making things work despite their 11-hour time difference. Photo: Tracey Muyanja.
Source: UGC

His song is somehow dedicated to lovebirds who are forced to build a strong relationship while they are miles apart. Luckily, true love always wins.

Michael Muyanja and his wife Tracy met back in April 2018 through a beautiful thing called a dating up.

Michael’s cousin introduced him to the world of digital dating and that one action gave him the love of his life.

Ugandan man finally marries American woman he met on dating app
When two friends decide to fall in love. Photo: Tracey Muyanja.
Source: Facebook

The Ugandan man started talking to his beautiful love interest who got even more enchanting by the day.

They spoke over Whatsapp and would often shift between audio and video calls.

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At first, Tracy was thrown off by how far Michael was. Her heart temporarily felt like the distance between them was unbearable.

But she loved how gentle, sweet, thoughtful and caring he was so Tracy gave it a shot…and it was worth it.

The first video call made me very nervous but I fought through because we each wanted to see the other live, away from doing videos and sending them to one another,” the happy wife stated.

Finally, the pair ended up tying the knot on February 12, 2021, and it is an event that will forever be etched in their minds.

In other news on a trio of dads have wound up victorious from their battle to have all three their names on their baby girl's birth certificate - and they could not be any happier.

The throuple started with only Ian Jenkins and Alan Mayfield, who had been together for several years before welcoming a third man, Jeremy Hodges, into the relationship.

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Before long the trio was ready to welcome a little girl into their unique situation and so the threesome became a foursome as baby Piper became the newest addition to their unique little family.

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