A man got married to triplets on the same day in Congo.
The 32-year-old man, identified as Luwizo, married three sisters named Natalie, Nadege, and Natasha.
The groom said he met Natalie via Facebook and he fell in love with her after they chatted for a while, according to Afrimax English.
He decided to meet up with her and she introduced him to her sisters, Nadege and Natasha, and they fell in love with him too.
Luwizo recalled the first time he met Natalie’s identical sisters.
He said: “I was very much surprised that I almost fainted. It seems like I was dreaming!”
Since the triplets are inseparable, they chose to marry the same man.
Asked about how they handled the situation, one of the triplets said: “When we told him he had to marry all of us, he was shocked. But because he had already fallen in love with all of us, nothing could stop our plans since we were also in love with him.
“Even though people considered it impossible for three women to share one husband, to us, sharing everything has been our life since childhood.”
Luwizo said although his parents didn’t approve of his decision and decided not to attend his wedding, he has no regrets whatsoever going forward with it.
He said: “You have to lose something in order to gain another. In addition, one has their preferences and their own way of doing things. So I’m happy to marry the triplets no matter what others think. My parents despised my decision and that’s why they didn’t attend my wedding. But all I can say is love has no limits.”
The triplets brides said: “Today we are very happy, as you can see, because our dreams come true without being separated by husbands, but God heard our prayers.”
Natalie explained: “He wasn’t able to differentiate us, so we ended up falling in love with him. At first, when we told him that he has to marry all of us became a puzzle to him. But because he had already fell in love with all of us. Even though people consider it impossible for three women to share one husband but to us sharing everything is our life since our childhood.”