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We got together at 16, married at 18 and recently celebrated our 13th wedding anniversary 🎉 It's definitely not for everyone but we have always been mature for our ages. We still travelled the world, went to uni and brought a house before having our 3 kids.
My partner and I were both 20. We met and started dating at 16 through friends and got engaged on my 18th birthday (one week before his). We have now been married for 8 & 1/2 years and together for 12 with two beautiful little girls. He has been my rock and best friend and every year I simply grow more in awe of the amazing man he is and how lucky I am to love gim and have him love me. I look forward to a lifetime of us continuing to grow together and still feel for him now what I did the first time I met him.
We were both 21...3 kids....16yr wedding anniversary this week and we are heading off on a 9 day cruise to celebrate 🚢🌴🍹
I met my husband at 18, engaged at 20, and married at 21. We are now 24, and expecting our first child. When I look back now I'm shocked about how young we were, but why wait when you've found the person you want to spend forever with?
I got married at 21, but 5 years and 2 kids later I'm thinking it was a bit too young. We've both changed and realise we're not really suited well together, but sticking it out for the kids for now.
I was in my mid 30s. I was with my husband for 2 years before we got married, and we have now been married for 8 years. We have a strong marriage built on love, respect, and commitment (to each other and our children)
I think there is no set age which a person should get married. It's all dependant on when you as an individual are ready and have met the right person. If that age for you is 18, then I don't see any issue with it. Your life doesn't end when you get married, you can grow and experience life as a married couple just as you can grown and experience life as a single person.
24 and 22. Married almost 14yrs with 2 kids. Waited 4 years after marrying to have kids though.
Wow, so many people so young! I was married at 30. All the people in my circle married in their 30s or 40s.
I was married at 20, had a baby at 22 and we separated by the time I was 23.
I married again at 32. I knew a lot more about myself, life and love by the time I married the second time.
21 when we got married. But we had been together 6yrs before then. Coming up to our 3rd anniversary and just as happy as always. Dont think age matters when you just click and he truely is your other half
I was a week away from my 21st birthday. We've been married 6 years, I wouldn't encourage anyone else too get married so young.