Married couple finds girlfriend on dating site, open up about polygamy

Married couple finds girlfriend on dating site, open up about polygamy

- A couple has opened up about their polygamous relationship

- They met the woman on Tinder

- Their families have had mixed reactions about the relationship

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A married couple has opened up about their marriage, which includes a woman they met on Tinder. The pair are now dating the woman and have asked her to move in with them.

Just two months after Rosie Haley (24) and her husband Ty (23) started dating Keneshia Petty (23), they asked her to move in. Despite their families' protests, the threesome want to tie the knot.

High school sweethearts Rosie and Ty from Brisbane in Australia always knew they belonged together. They got married in 2014 when they were just 18 years old.

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Married couple finds girlfriend on dating site, opens up about polygamy

Source: Facebook/Keneshia Paige
Source: Facebook

A few years later, Rosie came out as bisexual to Ty. They decided to open their marriage to find a woman they could both fall in love with.

The pair joined online dating site Tinder last year and matched with student Keneshia Petty. After a few weeks of talking, they both went on separate dates with Keneshia - and they loved her.

They decided to form a 'throuple' and have been inseparable ever since.

The three decided to take their relationship to the next level when Rosie proposed to Keneshia.

"I was completely and utterly taken by surprise when Rosie asked me to be her wife,” Keneshia said.

However, not every member of their respective families has been accepting of their relationship.

“My parents don’t necessarily understand, but they’ve been willing to meet Keneshia. And when they did, they were happy to see how happy she’s made me,” said Ty.

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Rosie's grandparents wouldn’t acknowledge Keneshia when they first met her.

Keneshia’s parents have also been supportive and her friends have taken a keen liking to her partners.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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