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Gay Christian priest, 80, reveals why his toyboy husband, 25, is back after their split

Rodolfo Vieira
Dec 27, 2018
12:45 P.M.
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Philip Clements, an 80-year-old ex-vicar, is back together with Florin Marin, his 25-year-old husband, from whom he was separated up until recently.

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The couple made headlines after meeting on Gaydar and their relationship quickly grew stronger. Still, they still argued like any other couple.

As reported by The Sun, Clements and Marin are now an item again but the pensioner claims that he doesn't mind if Marin sleeps with other men.

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MISSING HIS BETTER HALF

According to the 80-year-old, being away from Marin was a very difficult task as he missed him dearly every single day, making him feel incomplete.

Clements compared being separated from his husband with 'missing an arm or a leg,' and said that if they were permanently separated, he 'would be the most unhappy person in the world.'

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MARIN DIDN'T WASTE ANY TIME FINDING SOMEONE NEW

While apart, Marin was in a relationship with a rich Spanish businessman, but he ultimately accepted to go back to Clements, even if he didn't approve of his young and wild nightlife.

The couple, who has a 55 years age gap, tied the knot in April 2017, and Clements sold his home in Sandwich, Kent, just so he could buy a flat in Bucharest.

"Clements compared being separated from his husband with 'missing an arm or a leg."

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KEEPING THINGS FRESH AND EXCITING

Although they love each other very much, Marin confessed that they are very different people, especially since he is Romanian and Clements is British.

But the aspiring model believes that those differences also spice up their marriage; according to him, a relationship between two people with the 'same temperament and character' must be dull.

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POPE FRANCIS' TAKE ON HOMOSEXUALITY AS A 'FASHON CHOICE'

Recently, Pope Francis expressed his concern regarding homosexuality within the Catholic Church, claiming that the 'fashionable' lifestyle has no place in it.

The Pope argued that 'being gay' is a fashion to which the clergy is susceptible and that 'people with that kind of ingrained tendency should not be accepted into the ministry or consecrated life.'

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