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Family & Relationships 80-Year-Old First-Time Bride Says It's Never Too Late to Find Love

20:06  17 november  2016
20:06  17 november  2016 Source:   goodhousekeeping.com

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80-Year-Old First-Time Bride Says It's Never Too Late to Find Love © CINDY ARBOLEDA 80-Year-Old First-Time Bride Says It's Never Too Late to Find Love

When 80-year-old Maria Teresa Cobar met 95-year-old Carlos Victor Suarez less than a year ago at the Aventura Plaza Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, it was love at first sight. "When I saw her my heart filled with joy," Suarez told the Miami Herald. They started spending time together every day, fell in love, and eight months after meeting Cobar, said "I do"for the very first time in her life.

The ceremony took place in the ballroom of their nursing center, surrounded by friends, family, and staff. "Maria has never been married, I just think back to when I got married and that's what motivated me to make everything possible for them," Aventura Plaza's activities coordinator, Allison Almirola says. "I wanted her to experience the beautiful feeling of marrying your soul mate."

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The celebration was especially sweet for Cobar's daughter, because she knew first-hand how hard her mom worked to support her as a single mother after moving to the United States from Guatemala at the age of 26. "My mom never worried about looking for a husband, I was her priority her entire life," Ana Cobar says. "The day finally has come and I'm so happy for her, she deserves this."

Now, the couple will live in the Honeymoon Suite at their nursing center, instead of separate rooms as they start a new life together as husband and wife. "I've been lonely for many years, this is a great blessing from God," Cobar says. "It is never too late to find love."

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