Pearl Carter, 72, and Phil Bailey, 26, who is her lover and her boyfriend have happy times.
They are going to be parents soon. Carter took her retirement savings of $54 thousand to pay a surrogate mother to carry their future baby.
Let’s go back in history to know some facts.
Pearl Carter gave her daughter Lynette to adoption when she was 18 years old because of her very strict Catholic environment. So, Pearl never knew her daughter nor her grandson Phil whom Lynette brought up on her own. Several years ago his mother was diagnosed for brain cancer and deceased 6 month later. After that, Phil decided to find his real grandmother to get to know his mother’s family.
After three years of search, Phil finally found Pearl’s address and wrote her a letter presenting himself, two weeks later she responded on his letter and then they decided to meet each other.
That’s when it started.
'From the first moment that I saw him, I knew we would never have a grandmother-grandson relationship,' said Pearl. 'For the first time in years I felt sexually alive.'
She felt, however, herself uncomfortable at first knowing that it was her grandson, but then she found out about Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA), which occurs when close relatives meet as adults and are attracted to each other. After that, she saw nothing wrong in their relationship.
'I could now understand my feelings and realise they weren't wrong,' Pearl says.
Phil told about his strong feelings towards Pearl.
'I wanted to kiss her there and then,' he says. 'My feelings were overwhelming.'
On the night when they became more than just ‘granma/granson’:
'I called Phil into my bedroom, sat him on the bed, and then I leant over and kissed him,' Pearl says.
'I expected rejection but instead he kissed me back.'
After sometime he moved in with her.
'Living with Phil as my life partner has been amazing. He cooks and cleans and we make love three times a week. We can't keep our hands off each other.'
I know what you all think… It is also said by Dailymail that all this story printed in The Sun can be fake.
Well, I hope that it is fake, otherwise this is completely sick…