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He told me he was also divorced following a 15-year marriage.'I took my daughters out to Paris for the weekend and when we met again after so many years it just went from there.'Vincent and I met again and of course, fall in love.'Two years later I moved to Paris and two years after that we married.'They tied the knot at La Mairie in the fifteenth Arrondissement of Paris on August 26.Emma's daughters, aged 23 and 18, both live in London while, finance director Vincent has three sons aged 25, 22 and 19, and a 16-year-old daughter.They both discovered they were both divorced and after Emma visited Vincent in France, they fell for each other.Just months after getting together, Vincent popped the question and the couple tied the knot in a church ceremony in Paris last month.A middle-aged couple who first met during a French exchange trip as children have got married after getting back in touch 41 years later.
Emma van Laun admits she 'developed a crush' on Vincent Valbret when he travelled to her village in the summer of 1976.They both went on to marry different people with Emma having two children, while Vincent had four of his own with his French wife.But they got back in touch four years ago when Vincent phoned Emma suggesting their respective children could become penpals.Emma van Laun, 52, and Vincent Valbret, 56, first met on a summer holiday as children, but lost contact and married other partners.The divorcees got back in touch and finally tied the knot - over 40 years later Emma van Laun, left, aged 12, admits she 'developed a crush' on Vincent Valbret, right, age 16, when he travelled to her village in the summer of 1976.But four years ago Vincent phoned Emma asking whether her daughter, who was 15, would like to become penpals with his own son, who was the same age.