- An old couple has demonstrated that true love never dies as they held their wedding ceremony in style
- In the viral video, the old man was assisted by two men as he seemed to lack the use of his feet, while the bride still looked agile
- Many people have frowned at the video wondering why they had to stress the old man, others gushed about it
An old couple has reiterated their love for each other by walking down the aisle.
The unidentified couple, in an Instagram video shared by @saynaija and reposted by @mufasatundeednut, captured scenes from their arrival to the wedding venue.
The old bride despite being advanced in age still looked dapper and was flanked by well wishers and some persons that make up her bridal train.
Her groom on the other hand lacked the youthful agility she exhibited and was helped into the wedding venue by two men.
Briefly News couldn't confirm if the duo had been married before as of the time of making this report.
People gush over the couple
"Grandma wey carry plenty belle still dey walk herself , wetin grandpa do wey them carry am, away match o je o gbadun."
"Why are they stressing this man,the man may not even know what they are doing self."
"Awwww ...what everyone getting married wants but very few get to see this ...e no easy!"
"If this one throw flower anybody wey catch am..go tey before e marry."
"This was exactly what my late grandfather did."
Brave couple get married mid protest
Falling in love, literally: Bride & groom suffer embarrassing fall during 1st dance, peeps busting at the video
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that an old man had married a young woman.
A local couple has caused a stir online after posing for a few snaps in the middle of tense protest action. The beautiful interracial couple has definitely left many social media users with their jaws dropped with some even criticising the pair for what they deem insensitive actions.
Heading to Twitter, @talhadasoo first shared the questionable video.
"This couple decided to get married in a riot ...absolute scenes ONLY in SA," he captioned the post.
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Source: Briefly News