Parents Disapproved But Yet They Got Married And Today Are The Oldest Married Couple In The World Today

6They knew that they were meant for each other

Many reading this would say that how were they so sure that they were meant for each other. There was no proof or evidence. It’s just how they felt. They did fall in love at a young age but they knew what they felt was true and that they needed to make this work.

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Oldest Married Couple In The World Today

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7They were born at an odd time

Julio Cesar was born on March 10th, 1910, and Waldramina was born on October 16, 1915. Julio Cesar was born before the RMS Titanic sunk in 1912, and the pair both pre-date the creation of television. Back then socializing was the only entertainment and that is how they met.

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Julio Cesar

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8They liked each other from the start

Their story began when Waldramina, during her school vacation period, went to visit her sister, who lived in the same building as Julio Cesar. They met through her sister’s husband, who was Julio Cesar’s cousin. They instantly formed a friendship which led to them falling in love.

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hey liked each other from the start

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9They dated for seven years

They did not rush things and took their time to get to know one another. They both helped each other grow and develop into adults who saw the world as a challenge they needed to face together. This is where they began to mature and grow as people. This strengthened their relationship.

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Oldest couple dated for seven years

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10They never gave up

Normally today when couples don’t feel the relationship is going how they wanted they decide to take a break or break up entirely. This isn’t wrong and everyone is entitled to do as they please. But these two did not think this way. They knew what they wanted and they were not willing to give up on it.

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They never gave up

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