It’s been a long, winding road to this point.
But the road seems to have finally come to an end.
After nearly 10 years of marriage, the long-suffering couple finally got to the point where they could finally marry.
They are now preparing to wed in January.
But even though the ceremony is officially on, some women have questioned the validity of the ceremony because of the amount of money involved and the long time it will take to get married.
Read more: “We had planned to have a ceremony in January,” the couple, who are both from South Carolina, told Business Insider in a phone interview.
“But we’ve been fighting for years.
We’ve been waiting for it to happen.”
They are not the only couples who have questions about whether or not the ceremony will be valid, as a number of women have voiced their concerns in the past.
Here are 10 women who have raised these concerns.
“Why would they have to do the ceremony?
Why would they need to do this to me?”
“I have a lot of questions about why they would need to take such a big chunk out of our relationship if we are going to do it.”
-Sarah Knepp, 27 “I want to know why I need to get a divorce, but I don’t want to go through that process,” Sarah Knepps, who lives in Florida, told ABC News.
“I really don’t. I don