People Were Shocked This 90-Year-Old Lady Married For A Fourth Time. But Her Response Is GOLD

Most of the time, people get married purely for love. In some cases, however, there is some sort of specific agenda to wed… But that doesn’t mean the marriage isn’t meaningful.

Some couples have sped up thewedding process simply because it was absolutely necessary — like these teens who got married to fulfill the groom’s dying wish.

Below is a story of an elderly woman who has decided to get married for a fourth time. She didn’t get married on a whim, however; in the end, you’ll see that she carefully calculated and planned her last marriage out…

Even so, as onlookers, we usually feel surprised or a little uncomfortable at the idea of unconventional marriages. But the truth is, there really is no reason for us to question someone else’s personal reason for getting married!

Scroll down to read the full story, and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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SWNS/Paul Amos

A lady in her 90s had recently gotten married. Because of this, she had become a sort of local celebrity. The local news station decided to interview her.

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When asked what it was like to get married in her nineties, she smiled and replied, “This isn’t my first husband, so it’s not much different than the others.”

“Oh? How many husbands have you had?” asked the interviewer.

“This one will be my fourth,” replied the lady.

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“When I was 20, I married a banker. Then, I married a circus performer in my 40s,” she continued. “And after that, I married a preacher.”

“And what does your current husband do?”

“He’s a funeral director.”

The interview laughed, and asked how she came to marry men from such different backgrounds.

“It always made sense to me,” she replied.

“I married one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, and four to go.”

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