- Marvin and Lucille got married in 1960 at a Lutheran church
- During their anniversary, they wore their wedding attire to commemorate the day they walked down the aisle
- Marvin held his wife in a tight embrace and smiled in joy as she felt his love
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An 88-year-old man and his 81-year-old wife have celebrated their anniversary in a romantic yet exceptional way 60 years after their wedding.
The octogenarians commemorated their wedding day through a photoshoot that saw them dusting off their original wedding attire and wearing them.
He embraced his wife with so much love
Marvin and Lucille who are from Nebraska, USA held each other in a tight embrace and smiled warmly as they thought of all the decades they have been together.
Marvin who had previously promised to care for and protect his wife did just that. The husband held his wife on his chest as she comfortably surrendered to his love.
Katy Aury, a talented photographer, captured the fleeting moment and made sure the world got to see it through her eyes.
The wedding clothes still fit
The man was dressed in a crisp, black tux that still fit like a glove and Lucille had on her white wedding gown that was still in style.
At one point, the pair stared right into each other’s eyes as they soaked up all 60 years of affection.
The lovebirds said their vows in 1960 in Sterling at a Lutheran Church.
The lady was 22 while her husband was one year shy of 30.
They knew they wanted to be in each other’s lives together and had no idea that 60 years after, they would still be intoxicated with each other.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 103-year-old man and his 100-year-old wife gave young couples stellar advice on how to maintain a long, happy, and thriving marriage.
The pair cautioned young married couples against holding onto grudges and giving each other the silent treatment when angry.
The grandparents said they tied the knot when they were both teenagers and had only known each other for three months.
But when DW, the husband, proposed, Willie Williams was sure she wanted to spend the rest of her days by his side through thick and thin.
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