Grandmother, 65, marries her 24-year-old adopted son in Indonesia

A 65-year=old grand, Mbah Gambreng, tied knot with her adopter son, 24, Ardi Waras, just a year after they started living together in Indonesian.

According to 7 News, she had no intention of marrying him when he first came into her life.

Grandmother, 65, marries her 24-year-old adopted son in Indonesia

Ardi’s proposal only came after his new mum suggested he should start looking for something serious – not expecting herself to be a candidate.

But the 65-year-old was stunned when he popped the question in South Sumatra, Indonesia.

“To my surprise, he said he wanted to marry me,” said the newly-wed, who also has three adopted daughters.

The pair have since shared pictures of their special day on social media, showing them holding hands and enjoying each other’s company.

Grandmother, 65, marries her 24-year-old adopted son in Indonesia

It is believed Ardi paid his wife-to-be a dowry of 100,000 IDR (£6) before the wedding took place.

This is traditional in Indonesian Islamic weddings, where the groom or groom’s father may gift money or possessions to the bride as a dowry.