Take a look at Nicholas and Rafaela Ordaz of Tracy, California. This vivacious couple just celebrated their 82nd wedding anniversary together hot on the heels of Nicholas’ 102nd birthday. Rafaela turned 100 last October.
“Their parents lived to be 112 and 108, and they were also happily married. Divorce isn’t really something our family has experienced,” Leticia Ordaz, one of the couple’s many grandchildren, told TODAY.
“Nurturing those relationships is a huge part of our culture.”
During the celebration of these long-time love birds, the two still kept it romantic, canoodling in front of their offspring.
“They’re still so in love. It’s quite remarkable,” Ordaz said. “In every picture, they’re holding hands or trying to kiss each other.”
“At one point, my grandfather pulled her aside and said, ‘Rafaela, let’s go to the bedroom now.’ Of course, we all heard and started howling!”
“But he didn’t even blush. He said that he had married the most beautiful woman in the world and that her body was just as booming now as it was then.”
Of course, a lasting relationship requires more than passion.
“When they celebrated their 75th anniversary, they had a big wedding party to renew their vows. It was at that point that we thought, ‘Wow, this is special.’ We started doing research to see if they were breaking any records.”
Turns out, the couple has a few more years before they take the official title.
According to the Guinness World Records, U.S. couple Herbert and Zelmyra Fisher were married for 86 years and 290 days when Fisher died on Feb. 27, 2011.
Still, the couple remains a symbol of lifelong health and happiness.
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