Pensioners at 97 years old found love thanks to coronavirus

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Pensioners at 97 years old found love thanks to coronavirus

Photo: thesun.co.uk

Loving Robert often plays Lilian on the ukulele

The British, despite their venerable age, decided to come together, as they realized that they had fallen in love with each other.

The British pensioners from the city of Prestwich in the county of Greater Manchester, realizing that they had fallen in love with each other, decided to live together. And the quarantine imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Sun, contributed to their decision.

Veteran Robert Walsh and Lillian Grandi, who turned 97 years old, met in November last year. The man and woman quickly found a common language and began to meet several times a week.

When the authorities announced that quarantine was being introduced in the country, Walsh and Grandi decided to come together because they realized that they loved each other. After receiving the approval of the children, Robert moved to Lillian.

The couple decided not to leave. Photo: thesun.co.uk

According to the couple, they have no time to be bored. Robert plays Lilian on the ukulele, they sing songs of their youth and recall the days of old. So, Walsh talks about serving in a submarine, and Grandi talks about how bombers built in the war.

"I fell in love with her forever. We found a good side in this terrible virus: now we are together," the veteran admitted.

Recall that the presenter cut the lawn in a wedding dress. The Briton during quarantine decided to cheer her fans.

Korrespondent.net also wrote that an old quarantined quarantined 150 cans of beer. The American wrote a poster on which she said that she needed more beer. Her requests were heard.

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