John McCain's Widow Cindy Shares a Touching Tribute on Their 41st Wedding Anniversary
Cindy McCain, wife of former US senator John McCain, shared a touching post to celebrate what would have been their 41st wedding anniversary.
Cindy McCain is celebrating a special feat within her marriage with her late husband, John McCain, their 41st wedding anniversary. The author shared a touching post to mark the milestone.
In her tribute to John, who died in 2018, a year after being diagnosed with glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer, Cindy noted that she missed the late senator with a picture of their wedding day.
Sen. John McCain and Cindy McCain exit the Mountain View Christian Church polling place after casting their vote on November 8, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images
Cindy noted that she could recall the day as though it was yesterday. She went on to thank John for the many years they shared. She wrote on the post:
"I will love you with all of my heart forever.”
Some of Cindy’s fans and followers paid tribute to the couple in the post’s comment section. One fan remarked that they were an inspiration to a lot of people during their days together.
Since his death, Cindy has kept the day special by honoring their time together on her social media. Last year, she shared a captivating post to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary.
In her post, she noted that her heart was broken into millions of pieces, but she tries her best to stay strong for their kids. She reminisced on their days together, noting that every day was a gift.
Being humorous was a way out for the couple and coping with their political marriage meant they had to rely on being funny.
Cindy spent most of her time staying at home in Arizona during the COVID-19 pandemic. She has also honored her late husband several times with a lovely Quarantine Cocktail. She shared a picture of the drink with her thousands of followers on Instagram.
Earlier this year, Cindy spoke about her marriage with John, revealing that it was fun but not perfect. Despite the different sides of their union, the mother of four believes they had a great time.
The duo met in Hawaii in 1979, and a young Cindy never envisaged that their union would mean they would contest for the highest political office in the country and spend decades in public life.
The 66-year-old businesswoman noted that they had moments their marriage was a lot of fun, and there were days their political lives took a toll on their marriage which caused stressed.
Being humorous was a way out for the couple and coping with their political marriage meant they had to rely on being funny to get through their difficulties.