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This is the moment a grandmother-of-17 married her 24-year-old boyfriend, despite nasty comments from strangers about their age gap:
Quran McCain, 24, and Cheryl McGregor, 61, from
Rome, Georgia, married on 3 September in an intimate ceremony, which was
streamed live on their TikTok account.
Cheryl - who is often mistaken for Quran's grandmother - claims that the pair are madly in love and having 'amazing sex'.
The livestream caught her walking down the aisle wearing a white wedding dress with a laced bodice, freshly-painted nails to match the colour of her bridal gown and her hair in loose curls.
Quran stood proudly beside her, in an off-white suit
and he even dyed his hair and beard for the occasion.
After the wedding, Quran said: "We were live on TikTok for the wedding. We had the wedding in Tennessee. My best friends were there and we went to bones BBQ joint after and got a very good meal.
"We then went back to our hotel and made love for two hours."
No details spared then.
The couple first met in 2012 when Quran was just 15
as he worked at a fast-food restaurant managed by Cheryl's son Chris, but
romantic feelings didn't blossom until much later.
The pair lost contact for a while but reconnected on
4 November 2020 when caretaker Quran saw mum-of-seven Cheryl working as a
cashier at a convenience store.
The pair became a couple in April this year and their relationship moved quickly with Quran proposing at an Olive Garden restaurant on 31 July with a $3,000 (£2,200) engagement ring.
Speaking about their engagement, Quran said: "I was extremely nervous before and I tried my best to keep my composure but I was crying as soon as we entered the parking lot.
"There are many reasons why I chose to make Cheryl my wife. She's beautiful, elegant, strong, noble, honest and compassionate.
"Cheryl was shocked as she didn't know I was going to propose but it made her feel special. I haven't been married before but she has."
Both Quran and Cheryl describe their sex life as 'amazing' and they even have an OnlyFans account for their raunchier videos.
Although only three of Cheryl's seven children support their mum's new relationship, Quran's family approve of the unconventional union - but the pair have faced some nasty comments from people online.
Quran added: "I started my TikTok because Cheryl was being bullied
and I felt it may stop or lessen the pain of the bullies.
"We get a mixture of positive and negative feedback. The worst is that I'm using her for money. Hate all you want, we still are going to live a normal life."
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