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Woman ‘marries’ ragdoll – and now, they have a ‘baby

A woman who claims to have fallen in love with and married a ragdoll said that they now have a ‘baby’ together

Meirivone Rocha Moraes says it was love at first sight when she met Marcelo, a toy ragdoll that her mother made.

Meirivone’s mother made the doll after she complained that she was single and had nobody to dance with.

“It was because I didn’t have a forró dancer. I would go to these dances but wouldn’t always find a partner. Then he entered into my life, and it all made sense,” Meirivone told Jam Press

Meirivone and Marcelo have been in a romantic relationship since the day they met.

The couple got married in a “beautiful” ceremony that was attended by 250 guests.

“It was a wonderful day for me, very important, very emotional. He is a man I always wanted in my life. Married life with him is wonderful. He doesn’t fight with me, he doesn’t argue and he just understands me. Marcelo is a great and faithful husband. He is such a man and all women envy him,” Meirivone said.

However, Meirivone said that she is left struggling to pay the bills as the sole breadwinner.
She admitted, “He has so many great qualities but the only downside is he’s lazy. He doesn’t work at all. But I am a warrior and I keep it going for us.”

The couple welcomed their doll-child Marcelinho on May 21. Meirivone “gave birth” in just 35 minutes at home in the presence of a doctor and nurse, while live-streaming it to an audience of 200 people
She claimed, “I didn’t feel the contractions in pain. Seeing the placenta and the umbilical cord and the blood made it all real. He was here in 35 minutes, and he is great.”
Meirivone hates when people tell her that her family is fake. “It really upsets me when people say this is fake. It makes me so angry. I am a woman of character. My father, my mother taught me to be honest, to be a good person and not want to take advantage of anything,” she said.

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