TLC 90 Day Fiancé spoilers says that you read that right, after all the drama surrounding his family not approving of Anna Campisi as a potential wife for him, they got their happily ever after after all. Again, we don’t really know what was said back in Turkey, if he finally stood up to his family and did things in the “manly” way or what, but he made his way back to the US and married Anna. He cut it real close though! According to some sources, there was just 2 hours left on his Visa when they got hitched!
The wedding ceremony was held at night, it looked to be in someone’s back yard. (Probably Anna’s, I’m guessing.) And lo and behold, in a really touching gesture, one of Anna’s sons gave her away, it looked to be Gino, which is really sweet. Mursel Mistanoglu and the younger two children have bonded really wonderfully it looks like. Although I saw some sources say that even the skeptical oldest son, Joey, was in attendance and there was instagram evidence of this. I’m glad he could put aside his differences with Mursel and give his Mom her happy day with all of her sons in attendance, it shows some real emotional maturity on the kid’s part.
TLC 90 Day Fiancé Spoilers: Anna and Mursel finally get married!
As always, Mursel was really sweet. He said that the moment he saw Anna in the white dress that she was the prettiest woman on earth. All brides wish for their husbands to be thinking that on their wedding day, so Mursel was definitely in the right headspace. It was an interesting ceremonyt to say the least, I don’t think I’ve ever heard a ceremony be worded that way before. I’ve not been to that many weddings in my life (a grand total of 2, actually) but each were a lot more traditional with wording than this one was. I’ve heard of lighting a unity candle but I have never heard of stepping into the circle of matrimony before.
Also, an interesting factoid about turkish weddings (which, I honestly don’t think this one was, but I could be wrong), apparently in Turkish weddings there is supposed to be a tradition where a bride wears a maidenhood belt and at the end of the ceremony the husband is supposed to take it off to signify the bride giving him her virginity and if there is not one worn then there will be gossip. (Just like in American Weddings where the bride comes in wearing any other color than the traditional white) Was that the gossip that Mursel’s family was worried about? After all, it’d be a little redundant to wear a maidenhood belt after you’d had 3 kds… but these days it seems the tradition isn’t taken quite so literally and is, indeed, just part of the ceremony. So maybe that’s what Mursel went home and pointed out to his very traditional family. Just a thought.
Either way, Anna and Mursel seem to really love each other and even though it’s been one hell of a ride with those two, we’re glad that they’re married and have started their lives together. It’s always refreshing seeing a love story that works out. We wish Anna and Mursel many happy years together. Stay tuned!!!