A singer is set to marry her ghost lover on Halloween after the pair found a way to get over his jealous streak.
Brocarde will tie the knot with her long-term ghost boyfriend, the spirit of a Victorian soldier called Edwardo, on Monday (October 31).
The 39-year-old brunette beauty will officially wed in what is the "most romantic night of the year" for the pair inside an asylum chapel.
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She said: "I couldn't think of a more appropriate day to get married than Halloween, it's like Valentine's day for spirits so for Edwardo it’s the most romantic night of the year.
"Halloween is a magical time for us as it's the anniversary of when I declared my adoration for Edwardo, it's the night I filled the room with candles and roses and sung my song Haunted to him.
"It was that evening that inspired him to propose as shortly after I awoke to find my engagement ring on my pillow."
The pair became an "item" during the pandemic and since have spread the news of their love, even appearing on ITV’s This Morning.
But their love has not been without hiccup, with Edwardo the ghost allegedly prone to bouts of fury over Brocarde’s outfit choices.
The beauty from Oxfordshire, who claims she has regular sexual encounters with the green eyed ghost, said he had been known to hide her skimpiest outfits.
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She said: "He died in the Victorian age when women behaved differently. All of my revealing clothes have gone missing. It is basically anything that shows a bit too much flesh.
"Wedding dress shopping has been challenging as Edwardo is very specific with what he likes. Anything revealing or tacky is an instantly turn off to him and he gets so so angry, he likes it when I leave things to the imagination.
"Luckily I love the Victorian era so his taste is very much in-keeping with my personal style, I’ve had to keep these rules in mind while shopping for my dream dress.
"From the moment I got engaged I had my heart set on marrying in a church or chapel, I didn’t think it was possible due to the religious complications so I burst into tears when I found the location as it’s a beautiful chapel with gorgeous stained glass windows.
"The staff were so intrigued when they found out my fiancé was a ghost, luckily he didn’t show up to the fitting. I’m so superstitious and I would’ve been gutted if he saw me in my dress before our special day."
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