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Cheryl McGregor, 61, from Georgia, US, recently got engaged to her 24-year-old partner Quran McCain.
The couple first met when Quran was just 15, though there were obviously no romantic feelings at that time, reconnecting in 2020.
And despite receiving abuse online for the huge difference in age, Quran is younger than one of Cheryl's own children, they are deeply in love with one another.
Quran said: "Even though it is an age gap we never think of it because Cheryl has a very young spirit, soul and heart.
"I think the biggest misconception is that I'm using her or waiting to be put in the will."
Cheryl added: "It's different, it's amazing, he's very compassionate to me and I think it's because he's a younger man.
"I couldn't have that with anybody else, he's very emotional and that's something I've never dealt with - they were all angry and he's emotional in a good way because he shows me he really cares."
Not shying away from the haters and the trolls, the couple are big faces on social medial, having set up an OnlyFans account where they share some saucy content.
And Quran's TikTok account, @ttvleolove_3, has a following of over 826,000 and nearly 13 million likes.
The couple met in 2012 when they both worked at a Dairy Queen restaurant in Rome, Georgia, where Cherl's son was a manager.
However, they lost contact until last year, when Quran went to the convenience store where Cheryl was working.
Quran said: "I used to see her every day, she would always be so happy, but today she was sad and I asked her what was wrong and she was crying."
Cheryl was upset because she had posted a video of her dancing on her TikTok channel and was receiving a lot of hateful comments.
Quran helped comfort her and that's when romance blossomed, with the pair even making some dancing videos of their own.
"We connected on a spiritual level," said carer Quran.
"No matter the situation we just have a certain vibe that connects anytime we are around each other.
"We went on a date and I told her feel like I'm catching feelings.
"She said she had too, but just didn't think we should cross that line because friends don't always stay friends when they date."
Despite initially trying to keep things platonic, the non-traditional lovebirds couldn't deny their feelings any longer and started an intimate relationship.
Cheryl said: "There's just something between him and I that I never thought we would be together like this, he's just an amazing person.
"There's a different type of chemistry with him even though he's younger, we have a lot of chemistry because of the things we've been through and it pulls us closer together."
But while some people can't understand their chemistry, the couple say it's electric and that their sex life is "amazing".
Quran said: "It gets better and better every time. It's pretty normal, it's not out of the ordinary, but to me it's amazing.
"She knows what she's doing - that's the best part!"
Cheryl is only six years younger than Quran's grandmother and her youngest daughter is three years older than him at 29.
"Nobody was accepting, everyone thought we were joking or thought it was all games," said Quran.
"Some of her seven kids turned on her due to her dating a younger black man.
"She was very hurt. It hurt her because she raised them to not be like that."
Fortunately, however, Quran said his family were accepting and knew how happy they were together.
And just a couple of weeks ago, they got engaged and are hoping to tie the knot very soon.
Quran said: "Keep doing you, do what makes you happy.
"At the end of day everyone's gonna judge you for something so you might as well do what you feel is right and never let someone take your peace."
Cheryl said: "Don't look for love because it will find you, because I wasn't looking for love and it found me and it's amazing."
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