A millionaire who once claimed ‘love was invented by poor people’ is set to get hitched for the fourth time after finding ‘the one’.
Brandon Wade, 51, set up the sugar dating website Seeking Arrangements, which pairs sugar babies with rich partners.
And it was actually through his own website that he met 21-year-old Dana Rosewall who he’s set to tie the knot with later this year.
The business owner is so sure he’s found his soul mate, he’s even vowed to waive his right to a divorce.
Wade said: "Mine and Dana's love is eternal, timeless and transcends this life.
"Marriage was a significant event and we wanted to send a message to the world.
"This isn’t a stunt, this is a huge commitment."
Before meeting Rosewall, Wade admits that he spent most of his life thinking love wasn’t real, but says meeting his younger partner in 2020 has opened his eyes.
He said: "She said love is the only thing you should be attached to in this reality. We realised that no matter what, even if I lost every cent tomorrow, as long as I was with her on this journey to explore love, I would be okay.
"I didn’t feel this attachment to our wealth, as we will always be there for each other.
"Neither of us wanted to get married when we first met, but we decided to do it because we finally understand what love is.
"And now that we understand it, there is no reason for a divorce, so I am going into marriage later this year waiving my right to have one."
The couple, who live in Las Vegas, got engaged in January and plan to swap their vows ‘somewhere in nature’ later this year.
Wade says there will be no need for a prenuptial agreement as he won’t be getting a divorce.
Instead the pair will sign a waiver promising to ‘give up’ their right to a divorce.
Opening up about their relationship, Rosewall said: "When he asked me to marry him I said yes immediately. Everything about our relationship just makes sense, I just want to be around him.
"But nothing about our relationship is typical. We have a big age gap, people always look at us. I tell people to spend five minutes with us before forming an opinion. It won’t be what they expect it to be.
"Our love is genuine."
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