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Newlyweds decide their surname by flipping coin at the altar (video)



Newlywed couple, Pearl Lee, 28, and Collin Hansen, 25, selected their surname by tossing a coin on the altar throughout their marriage ceremony ceremony.

In contrast to many ladies who take their husband’s final title and a few girls who simply add their maiden title to the husband’s surname, the pair opted to go away their surname alternative solely as much as destiny.

Pear Lee and Collin Hansen, after taking their vows, determined whose surname they’d bear by flipping a coin on the altar at their marriage ceremony ceremony.

They’d a buddy toss the coin for them, the buddy who officiated the method tossed the coin within the air and caught it on the again of his hand with the groom, Colin, successful the toss.

They have been then introduced as Mr and Mrs Hansen.

A visitor on the marriage ceremony who shared the clip on TikTok described it as her “favorite new marriage ceremony custom”.

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In different information, a Nigerian man, Samline Olatoye, has taken to Fb to share his opinion about girls’s identification earlier than and after marriage.

In response to him, a girl doesn’t have a faith, surname or everlasting residence till she will get married and inherits her husband’s.

His remark is reportedly in response to Blessing Mary Ocheido, a bodily challenged pharmacist, who complained about folks attempting to erase her identification and exchange it together with her husbands’.

Blessing tied the knot not too long ago and took to Fb to bemoan shedding her surname and state of origin all as a result of she acquired married. She additionally averred that there could be no head of their marriage and their children will bear each her surname and that of her husband’s.

Reacting to this, Samline took a swipe at woke feminists saying, “A lady has no faith, surname, everlasting residence till she will get married. However I don’t learn about our woke feminists.”

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