- A beautiful young woman recently headed to popular micro-blogging app Twitter to celebrate her marriage
- In her heartwarming and romantic post, she shared a snap of her and her hubby on their first date three years prior to their wedding
- Many people headed to the comment section where they either congratulated the couple or wished for similar relationships
Marrying the man of your dreams shortly after you meet him is many young women's dreams. A young beautiful lady recently had her dream come true and she wasted no time heading online to share this with her supportive followers.
In a heartwarming and super romantic post made by a young lady with the Twitter handle, @Ms_Qutee shared two snaps, one of herself and her husband on their first date and one of them three years later, married and very much in love with each other.
"First date. Court wedding. 11.03.18. 11.03.21," she happily captioned the heartwarming photos on the bird app.
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Sooner than later the post received over 10k likes from hopeless romantics all over the world. Many of her friends and followers also headed to the comment section to share beautiful messages with her.
Read a few of them below:
"A clear indication that ladies you don't have to wait 11 years for him to pop the question."
"First date and you guys were already crazy? I suppose love was there from Day Zero."
"Congratulations! You looked gorgeous. your dress looks amazing!"
"Congratulations sweetheart y’all look gorgeous."
In more heartwarming YEN.com.gh news, a gentleman identified on Twitter as @RealSamAjibola has revealed that he got married to a lady who was his class captain back in primary school. In a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on his personal account, the happy husband shared photos of himself and his wife when they had both their traditional and white weddings.
According to @RealSamAjibola, the lady used to write his name as part of the noisemakers in class to get punished without knowing he would one day become her husband.
"She was my class captain in primary school and always wrote my name as noisemaker but today we're married", he said.
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