Buzz Aldrin wed his “longtime enjoy” Anca Faur in a non-public ceremony in Los Angeles on Friday
Published on January 21, 2023 08:54 AM
Photo: Buzz Aldrin/Twitter
Buzz Aldrin and Dr. Anca Faur are married!
The astronaut noteworthy his 93rd birthday on Friday by marrying his longtime lady friend in Los Angeles, he revealed in an announcement posted on Twitter.
“On my 93rd birthday & the day I will additionally be honored by Living Legends of Aviation I’m pleased to scream that my longtime enjoy Dr. Anca Faur & I possess tied the knot,” Aldrin wrote. “We were joined in holy matrimony in a dinky personal ceremony in Los Angeles & are as excited as eloping youth.”
Accompanying the tweet were two photos from the couple’s intimate ceremony, along side one in all the jubilant pair posing together, moreover one other of a more candid moment of the duo in dialog.
For their particular occasion, Faur wore a white bridal dress adorned with rhinestones, while Aldrin donned a shaded swimsuit that he adorned with various pins.
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Aldrin’s marriage to Faur — who within the meanwhile serves as the govtvice chairman of Buzz Aldrin Ventures, per the Los Angeles Chapter of the Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce — marks the fourth time that the NASA spaceman has wed.
He first married Joan Archer in 1954, sooner than the marriage resulted in divorce in 1974. Collectively, the pair welcomed three kids: sons James and Andrew, plus daughter Janice.
Aldrin then wed his second wife Beverly Van Zile in 1975, even when their relationship ended after real three years.
Ten years later, Aldrin found enjoy again with his third wife Lois Driggs Cannon, whom he change into married to for 24 years sooner than they divorced in 2012.
Aldrin, who change into the second individual to stroll on the moon after Neil Armstrong, served as the Lunar Module Eagle pilot at some stage within the 1969 Apollo 11 mission. He’s the most attention-grabbing surviving astronaut of the three that took half within the day out.