Man marries bride, asks her daughter to be his child for life

The wedding groom, Diogo Bolant asked the daughter of his new wife, Nicole to be his daughter forever.

Bolant believes in accepting partners along with all their baggage, and that is what he did during his wedding to his new wife, Nicole.

After the usual ceremony that involves saying wedding vows and kissing the bride, the groom got down and asked his wife's daughter, Isadora to be his daughter for life.

Like her mother, she accepted!

This happened at Sao Bernardo do Campo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, where the wedding ceremony had taken place.

Who can resist such a thoughtful and spontaneous man like Bolant.

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