Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

This Catfish Story Has A Twist That's Movie-Worthy.

Adam was furious at Alan for what he had done to Emma.

After a bit of talking, Emma asked Adam to video chat with her. As soon as Emma saw him, she began crying. "You’re so real. You actually exist," Emma said through tears.

After months of speaking, the two realized that they had an obvious spark.

The pair decided that it was time for them to meet, so Adam flew to meet Emma in London. But before they met, Emma sent Alan a text message. "I’m finally going to meet my Ronnie. I’m not sure if I should thank you or detest you for that," she wrote. Finally, it was time for them to meet each other for the first time.

"It’s impossible to describe my feelings seeing this beautiful man, who I’d never met but had such deep affection for, smiling and waving at me," Emma recalled.

"We hugged and then, as we were waiting for a taxi, Adam turned and kissed me and it felt amazing, like coming home," said Emma. Seeing the real "Ronnie" was a bit confusing for Emma at first. "I almost slipped up a couple of times in the beginning and called him Ronnie, but now he’s just Adam to me."

It was heartbreaking for Emma at first, but now she's eternally grateful for the experience.

"He’s so kind, loving and gentle — everyone who meets him is smitten. It’s hard to believe that such a terrible experience could have led me to something, and someone, so wonderful," explained Emma.

"We’re not making plans at the moment, but we wouldn’t marry just to enable one of us to live in the other’s country."

"For now, we’re just enjoying our time together, but I’m sure this is just the beginning of our story," said Emma. When she was asked about Alan she confessed, "I’m a great believer in destiny, so a little part of me is grateful to Alan, because, if he hadn’t put me through what he did I’d never have met Adam, who I really believe is the love of my life.’

"We’re not making plans at the moment, but we wouldn’t marry just to enable one of us to live in the other’s country."

Murray Sanders/Daily Mail

Source: Daily Mail

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