Woman Heartbroken After Learning Partner Whom She Has 3 Kids With Is Her Brother

Woman Heartbroken After Learning Partner Whom She Has 3 Kids With Is Her Brother

  • A woman is beyond herself with grief after learning she has been living a mistake for several years
  • The mother of three recently discovered that the father of her three children is her brother
  • She disclosed that the two didn't know they were related because she was adopted at birth

A woman was shocked to learn that the man she has been in a long-term relationship with is her brother.

Photo of black mum and partner sitting with a small crying black kid on couch at home.
The lovebirds are stuck between remaining together or parting ways. Image for illustration purposes. Photo: Prostock-Studio.
Source: UGC

To complicate matters, the two lovebirds have sired three children together, Daily Mail reports.

How did they discover they are related?

The distressed woman disclosed that she was adopted at birth but never knew the people who raised her weren't her biological parents.

According to her, the truth came out recently when her mum was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.

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She started digging and discovered her birth mother and several siblings and that her fiancé was her brother, but from a different father.

'I just feel sick. They are siblings and cousins. His mum is my birth mother," she lamented.

Way forward for the couple?

The information came when the lovers planned to make their relationship official through a wedding.

After finding the truth, the lady and her brother separated immediately and called their wedding off.

They, however, do not know how to explain what they've uncovered to their children.

She narrated how saddened she was that they 'obviously can't be together' yet they "love each other 'so much".

"My world has imploded... I'm not okay," she cried.

Man marries lover after cohabiting for 50 years

Elsewhere, Tony Ssenkebejje finally decided to marry his fiancée Rachel after 50 years of cohabiting.

The duo met at a hotel in 1974, started dating, and moved in together without formalising their union.

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Over the decades, they built a family and a successful business empire, representing their enduring partnership.

After living together for half a century, the couple has four children. One of their children, Glean Sewanyana, sings with them.

Despite societal norms and pressures, the couple prioritised their happiness and family over a formal marriage.

Ghanaian man and sister graduate

In another story, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian siblings Dr Chester Krampah and Dr Charlene Krampah celebrated a significant academic milestone: They both graduated from KNUST.

Dr Chester earned a PharmD, and Dr Charlene achieved the title of medical doctor.

The proud brother shared their achievement on Twitter, expressing the fulfilment of a promise to their mother and capturing a joyous graduation moment.

The heartwarming post has sparked widespread congratulations and admiration on social media for the siblings' dedication to education and their remarkable dual success.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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