World’s oldest married couple aged 110 and 103 celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary (Photos)

Karam (left) and Karaari Chand, aged 110 and 103 respectively, celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary at home in Bradford. Mr and Mrs Chand were married in India at a Sikh ceremony on December 11 in 1925, when the country was under British rule. WORDS BY GUZELIAN The worldís oldest living married couple have reached yet another millstone as they celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary today (DECEMBER 11). Karam and Katari Chand, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, have spent almost their entire lives together as their love for each grew stronger every year. Mr and Mrs Chand were married in India at a Sikh ceremony on December 11 in 1925, when the country was under British rule. They took the title of oldest married couple when they celebrated their 88th wedding anniversary and were looking to reach 90-year mark ever since.

The world’s oldest married couple, with a combined age of 213 years, are celebrating their 90th wedding anniversary.

Karam Chand, 110, and his wife Kartari Chand, 103, from Bradford, West Yorkshire will have a lot to reminisce about over a celebratory slice of cake.

Karam (left) and Kartari Chand (seated), aged 110 and 103 respectively, celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary with their family at home in Bradford. From left: Grandson Mandeep Chand, son Paul Chand and his wife Rani and granddaughter Manpreet Chand. Mr and Mrs Chand were married in India at a Sikh ceremony on December 11 in 1925, when the country was under British rule. WORDS BY GUZELIAN The worldís oldest living married couple have reached yet another millstone as they celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary today (DECEMBER 11). Karam and Katari Chand, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, have spent almost their entire lives together as their love for each grew stronger every year. Mr and Mrs Chand were married in India at a Sikh ceremony on December 11 in 1925, when the country was under British rule. They took the title of oldest married couple when they celebrated their 88th wedding anniversary and were looking to reach 90-year mark ever since.

On December 11, 1925, the couple married in a Sikh ceremony in India when the country was still under British rule.

The record holders were both born in November and last month enjoyed a joint birthday celebration with family and friends from around the world.

The world's oldest married couple, from Bradford, celebrate their birthdays with their family at the Midland Hotel, Bradford - Karam Chand is 110 and his wife Kartari Chand 103. 15.11.15 picture by Roger Moody / Guzelian WORDS BY GUZELIAN WORDS BY GUZELIAN The worldís oldest living married couple have reached yet another millstone as they celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary today (DECEMBER 11). Karam and Katari Chand, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, have spent almost their entire lives together as their love for each grew stronger every year. Mr and Mrs Chand were married in India at a Sikh ceremony on December 11 in 1925, when the country was under British rule. They took the title of oldest married couple when they celebrated their 88th wedding anniversary and were looking to reach 90-year mark ever since.

Kartari and Karim moved to Bradford in 1965 and currently have eight children, 27 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.

They live with their youngest son Paul, his wife and two of their four children.

 

About Delia Innoma

Delia Innoma is a prolific writer, promoter, artist manager with full professional proficiency in English, German and Igbo languages. She studied accounting and computer programming at the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu and Germany respectively. Delia is also a devoted mother of two and she founded the Diamond Celebrities Magazine. Her sense of responsibility and commitment to the Christian faith are essential forces driving her daily activities.

2 Responses to “World’s oldest married couple aged 110 and 103 celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary (Photos)”

  1. Well, it would be sweet if I didn’t notice the math. It would seem that he was about 20 and she had to about 13 when they married. That’s not my idea of sweet and romantic. Obviously it was a fixed marriage, but even they they had quite a few kids, it doesn’t necessarily mean they were happy throughout.

  2. Wooow, this is lovely, i wish my self same

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