Couple weds in cemetery: ‘Our marriage begins here and will end here’

Couple weds in cemetery: ‘Our marriage begins here and will end here’

- Chinese couple Cao Mingbao and Jiang Jinbo both work at a cemetery

- They fell in love while Jiang took care of Cao when he had cancer

- They chose to get married at the cemetery because it "sees their love every day"

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A Chinese couple has made headlines around the world after deciding to get married at a cemetery where they both work.

According to w24.co.za, 33-year-old Cao Mingbao and his bride, 30-year-old Jiang Jinbo, said "I do" at the Honglian Cemetery in Liaoning on 17 October.

The two lovebirds met in 2016, Briefly.co.za gathered. Cao had just been diagnosed with cancer and Jiang offered to care for him.

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In the process, they fell in love. Fortunately, Cao was declared free of cancer in 2017. He soon proposed and they settled on their joint place of work as the venue.

While many might think twice about such a decision, the couple's families supported them wholeheartedly.

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Cao explained the reason behind their choice:

The cemetery sees our love every day so we decided to hold our wedding service here. Our marriage begins here and will end here, keeping us together forever on these grounds.

The two have indeed given the words "till death do us part" a whole new meaning.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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