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Couple who fell in love on TikTok marry two weeks after meeting in person

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TikTok has brought people helpful new hacks, tips and tricks.And for one couple, it even brought love.A Brit fell for her TikTok crush – 5,000 miles away – then married her two weeks after meeting in real life.

It’s the fairytale romance of the modern age.Melissa Herrera, a 30-year-old from Upwell, Norfolk, had seen her future wife Stacie online for months before plucking up the courage to message her.She began flirting with project manager Stacie and says when they first FaceTimed, it was ‘love at first sight’ – despite her being on the other side of the world in the US.After weeks of chatting, the pair agreed to meet but due to the pandemic had to commit to a two-week holiday in Mexico together first before being allowed into the US, despite never meeting before.To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 videoAny worries were instantly soothed when the pair met at Cancun Airport – and Melissa knew they’d marry before they even started speaking.Then, just two days after meeting, Stacie popped the question.Their new life together is in Fort Mill, South Carolina, US, with their two dogs Vincent and Luna – and say babies are ‘next on the agenda’.Melissa said: ‘It’s craziness.

We’ve been married six months now but it feels like I’ve known her a lifetime.‘It was like love at first sight for both of us. ‘It sounds so crazy but within two weeks we knew we were in love.’‘I was just on TikTok as a laugh and I was in a relationship with someone else at the time.‘When my relationship ended, I then got into the lesbian world of TikTok.

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