The story of a groom, Jimmu Gisondi, and his stepdaughter Olivia is one that would melt anyone's heart.
Unlike fairy tale stories, where stepparents are cruel to their stepchildren, this groom has shown his stepdaughter that he would love and treat her like she is his biological daughter.
At the wedding ceremony to Olivia's mother, Kelsea Jewart, Gisondi read a touching vow to his stepdaughter. After reading his vow to his wife, he brought out a paper and announced that he also had one for Olivia.
In his vow, Gisondi promised to always remind her how truly loved she is. He promised to teach, guide, and respect her for the rest of their days and also treat her as his own child.
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He said: “Olivia, from this day forward, I promise to remind you every day how truly loved you are. I promise to teach, guide and respect you for the rest of our days. I promise to never treat you anything less than my own child.”
“I’m very happy to say that you’re my daughter. From this day forward, you will truly be my daughter and the other love of my life. I love you, Olivia.”
Listening to her stepfather recite the vow, Olivia burst into tears and by the time he finished reading it, almost every guest had tears in their eyes.
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Gisondi finished the emotional moment by giving his stepdaughter a necklace as a symbol of his promise. The beautiful family hugged each other.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that another groom made his big day special by wearing matching outfits with his little son. The son and father were spotted rocking matching suits on the wedding day. They both wore pink and blue suits paired with shorts instead of trousers and paired it with pink and blue Vans.
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