Married 82 Years and Counting! || STEVE HARVEY
– Mr. D.W. and Ms.
Willie, how y’all doing? – Fine, how are you?
– We’re fine. – You 103 years old? – Yeah. – And you 100? – Yes sir. – You got to be the
prettiest 100 year old. (audience cheers) – Thank you. – They been married 82 years. So now, Ms. Willie, you said that the secret to a happy marriage is being nice to each other. – Yeah, yeah. – Any other advice you have? – Just sit down and talk things over. – Talk things over? – Oh yeah and get a good understanding of what you doing and where you’re going. – Let me ask you something. – Uh huh. – It’s a lady up here that’s been engaged. She been with her boyfriend 11 years. – Yeah. – They’ve been engaged for 5 years. – [Mr. DW] Yeah. – He want to get married. – Uh huh. – She don’t want to get married cause she thinks they ain’t got enough money to have the big wedding she want. – Big wedding? – Yeah. Big wedding, Mr. D.W. – What, now why you
wanna bring us into this? (audience cheering) – You don’t need to have no big wedding. Just go on and get married. – Don’t need to have
a…? Just go get married. Let me ask y’all a question. – Okay. – How long did you court her before you asked her to marry you? – Oh about 3 months or so. – 3 months? – Yeah. – When you’re young, you
don’t know any better. – Right. – When you get older,
you’ve learned your lesson. – Yeah. – So you know better. – Right. Now how old was
y’all when y’all got married? – I was 19 years old. – You was 19. – Now Mr. D.W. was 19 and he 103 now. And you 100.
– Right. – I can’t count so good. – See Ms. Willie. You sit up there and what happened was, see let me show you something. You met that little fine chocolate man. – Yeah. – Came up that roll. He was strong. He walked, like, he… – Like he had $100. Didn’t have nothing. – She said, he walked like he had $100, ain’t had nothing. (audience claps) Alice let me ask you this, what have you learned from your parents’ relationship over the years? – They are very, very good parents. – [Steve] Yeah. – Yes.
– [B.J.] And true love. – True love. – [Steve] True love. – [Alice] Yes. – Yes ma’am. Uh, B.J., you got something you want to say to your grandparents today? – Yes, I love you. I’m proud to have you as my grandparents. We do any and everything we can for ya cause we’re so
happy to have you with us. So we love you.
– [Ms. Willie] Thank you. (audience cheering) – Eh, now, Mr. D.W? Now, you my man now. – [Mr. D.W.] Uh huh. – Cause, see I’m looking at
you and I want to be 104. – Yeah. – Now you bald headed and I’m bald headed. – [Mr. D.W.] Yeah. – Yeah. I lose a little weight,
I’ma look just like that. – Yeah. – And uh, now, I just want
you to know that cause I done met you today, I’ma
take a picture with you. I’ma put you on my mirror. – Okay. – Cause I’ma be just like you. – Oh yeah, all right. – Hey, y’all, I want to say thank you to my main man. That’s Mr. D.W.! I want to say thank you to his
beautiful queen, Ms. Willie. D.W. is 103. Ms. Willie is 100. Thank you for they daughter and they granddaughter, B.J. and Alice. For sharing y’alls beautiful,
inspirational story. We’ll be right back, everybody. (funk music)