Portal & ldquo; TeleMagazyn & rdquo; reports that seniors in love from the & ldquo; Sanatorium of Love & rdquo; revealed a bit more about the wedding plans.
Iwona Mazurkiewicz and Gerard Makosz met in the second season of the TVP hit, although it did not immediately spark between them. As it turns out, their relationship did not develop until the end of the recordings. As later in Warsaw, the stage of friendship turned out to be very important for them. Thanks to this, they enjoy being with each other on a daily basis.
The engagement, which turned out to be a fairy-tale event, was also an important moment for them. Iwona and Gerard went to the castle in Niepołomice last July.
& ldquo; At some point he got up and invited me to live together. I cried, it was a huge emotion for me. I like the ring very much, it is spot on. I must admit that Gerard and I have similar taste & rdquo; & ndash; later praised the older lady.
Then, among others, Marta Manowska and their friends from the program had fun at the party. Since then, the couple enjoyed the engagement, but they were in no hurry to get married. Until recently, Iwona said that they are thinking about it, but they do not have time to make any specific decisions.
Fortunately, however, the couple finally decided on a date. It is already known that the ceremony is to take place in August 2023.
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