A 39-year-old American woman who falls in love with her son and 18-year-old friend for six years is criticized for getting married

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 A 39-year-old American woman who falls in love with her son and 18-year-old friend for six years is criticized for getting married


According to the Daily Mail, Jamie, 39, is a mother of three children, including a 16-year-old son named Jass. Jass and Chase, now 18, are good friends. They have known each other since they were 11 years old.

As the two teenagers grew up together, Chase and Jasss mother, Jamie, also met. Since 2013, Chases relationship has become better and better because he often jogs with Jamie to lose weight. A few years later, Chase found himself attracted to his good friends mother, and even deeply attracted to her. One day, he suddenly summoned up the courage to kiss Jamie.

Afterwards, regardless of the age difference of 21 years, they fell in love and began to date frequently. When walking on the road, they were often mistaken for mother and son.

According to Jamie, I didnt know Chase liked me at all until he kissed me. I was really surprised, but then we grew closer and closer, and we were all together.

Jamie also said that his son Jass was very happy about their love.

I have three children. First I want to make sure that everyone accepts my relationship. Unexpectedly, everyone feels OK.

According to Jamies memory, Chase proposed to her in different ways every day. Sometimes he just asked Do you want to marry me casually, sometimes he wrote Marry me on the plate with chili sauce.

Jamie also mentioned that they would hold hands or kiss in front of their sons. Everything was normal. Jass also felt it had nothing to do with her mother being with her best friend or even about to get married. We still go out to play and play computer games together as before. Theres no change. Were still good friends. Source: Look at the News Responsible Editor: Pan Qingqing_NBJS5830

Jamie also mentioned that they would hold hands or kiss in front of their sons. Everything was normal. Jass also felt it had nothing to do with her mother being with her best friend or even about to get married.

We still go out to play and play computer games together as before. Theres no change. Were still good friends.