Most people dream to get married once, but problems in married life are not something that can be avoided and if there is no other way to solve them, most marriages end up in separation. But a failed first marriage, doesn’t mean that love is dead. On the contrary, these lovely couples manage to find everlasting love in their second marriages. And if you still wondering whether a ‘second marriage’ is bad, here is proof that love will have its second chance.
The first name on the list is Maia Estianty. The Surabaya-born singer and businesswoman married Ahmad Dhani in 1996 and together they have three sons. But their married life ended up in divorce in 2008. Their divorce used to be the most- talked-about topic in Indonesia. , but Maia found her happily- ever- after life when she married Irwan Mussry in 2018, and we couldn’t be more happy for them.
Indonesian actress, Ussy Sulistyawati also found everlasting love when she married for the second time. Ussy married Sugianto Sabran in 2005, but their marriage ended in 2006. Then Ussy found someone that she will spend her whole life with —Indonesian actor Andhika Pratama asked Ussy’s hand in marriage in 2012 and now they live happily ever after with four beautiful daughters.
Another actress who found her Prince Charming in a second marriage is Olla Ramlan. The 38- year-old model married Alex Tian in 2003 and gave birth to a son in 2005. But in 2010, they decided to end their marriage, and in 2012, Olla celebrated her second marriage with businessman, Muhammad Aufar, which resulted in a daughter.
The first man on the list is singer-turned-politician Anang Hermansyah, who was married to Indonesian diva Krisdayanti from 1996 to 2009. Together they had two children, but their marriage came to an end, which shocked the whole nation at the time. But it seems that Cupid’s arrow landed squarely on Anang’s back when he decided to marry his duet partner Ashanty in 2012, and today, Anang and Ashanty are one of the most beloved couples in Indonesia and have two beautiful children.
Basuki Tjahaja Purnama
The man of the hour in Indonesia is Basuki Tjahaja Purnama. BTP managed to steal the spotlight since he return to the public eye on January 24 and his decision to get married soon after. After his shocking divorce with wife of 20 years Veronica Tan, with whom he shares three children, BTP led the news headlines with the announcement of marrying Puput Nastiti Devi, a policewoman who is 31 years his junior.