A man who married his friend’s mother only weeks after they met at the death of her older son has offered a moving homage to his older wife on her 80th birthday, continuing a love tale that has often made headlines. Gary Hardwick, a 26-year-old from Tennessee, wrote a gushy social media message to celebrate his atypical love with Almeda, a Walmart employee. The duo, who are no strangers to controversy, is notable for running a joint OnlyFans account where they post graphic stuff with their followers. Gary eloquently described Almeda as his “babydoll” and “queen” in his heartfelt birthday greeting, illuminating their special bond that has captured the public’s interest.
Happy birthday to the most incredible wife in the whole world, Gary captioned a photo of Almeda on Instagram. Today is not only about you; it’s also about celebrating the birth of a very lovely and honorable lady with a heart of gold.
He said she makes him the happiest guy every day and wants to make her the happiest lady, calling himself the luckiest husband.
“Until my dying breath, I’ll work hard to give you all you deserve. I share all of my most joyful times with you, he continued.
Almeda’s birthday should be the finest ever, and he hopes she appreciates the gifts he has in store for her, he said.
“‘I adore you with every beat of my heart; you’re genuinely the love of my life. Let’s celebrate my queen together. I’d want to wish Babydoll a happy birthday.
Gary, who is in his mid-20s, also made the elderly citizen some fish that had been marinated in wine and gave her some wine and chocolates.
Two weeks after they first met at her son’s funeral and again at a kid’s birthday party in 2015, Gary, then 17 years old, wed Almeda, aged 71, in a $200 (Rs 16,646) ceremony. Almeda has stated that their relationship, despite raising eyebrows, is genuine love and that her spouse is mature for his age.
According to Daily Mail, Gary has spoken publicly about their relationship and claimed that their wedding night was the first time they had “love.” It was a “amazing experience” for him. Gary even described his wife as a “wonderful lover” and said that their relationship was “deep.”
Since then, several of their TikTok videos have been reported and taken down for having sexually explicit material.
The Hardwicks acknowledged a year after their big day that many people disapprove of their union, including Almeda’s son, who hasn’t talked to her since the day she met Gary.
Aaron and Indiana Elliot, two of her six grandkids, initially had trouble accepting their relationship but finally did.