- The love story of a 29-year-old woman and her 80-year-old husband has been widely covered in South Africa
- Speaking in various interviews, Terzel Rasmus now Williams, explained how she met and fell in love with her husband, Wilson Williams
- The two of them have been married for almost four years now and spend a lot of time informing other people about age-gap relationships
They say that true love knows no boundaries and they might just be right. When then 75-year-old Wilson Williams saw 24-year-old student Terzel Rasmus sitting by herself at a Langarm dance they were both attending, he decided to offer her some company - and soon he was offering her a whole lot more.
After meeting each other that beautiful night, the two of them pretty much fell head over heels, and not long thereafter they were dating to be married - despite an age gap of 51 whole years and most people frowning at their union.
The couple who are now 29 and 80 are still more in love than ever and have cultivated a relationship built on love, mutual respect, and of course a fondness for each other that Terzel finds hard to describe.
Terzel and Wilson now busy themselves by sharing their story with thousands of South Africans who are interested in hearing how a relationship with such a vast age gap can work so harmoniously.
The two of them also receive a lot of support and love from their followers on their IG page with the handle @AgeGapDiaries.
In other news, a young man identified on Twitter as Celebrity Lightman with the handle, @pheytevan and his girlfriend @Doveletta caused a stir with a thread of photos showing their love journey.
In the post originally made by @pheytevan, four pictures were shared showing when they started dating as a young couple to how they got engaged recently.
Celebrity Lightman captioned the pictures with the heartwarming words, "God bless the day I met you," and tens of thousands of people have been reacting to it.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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