Couple with 31-year age gap got engaged just FOUR WEEKS after first date insist it’s true love – The Sun

A YOUNG nanny won't allow the 31-year age gap with her rich fiancé ruin their engagement – which happened just weeks after their first date.

Vianca has lashed out at naysayers who claim she's only with her 56-year-old fiancé Antonio for his money.

"First and foremost Tony's not a millionaire, he likes good things and yes he does like to spoil me. And I do ask for it," she said.

Antonio, who works as a general contractor at a firm, often spoils his fiancé with designer goods and lavish international vacations.

But the 25-year-old, who works as a full-time nanny for disabled kids, insists that her intentions of marrying Tony are pure.

"I never grew up knowing that material things aren't it, and when I met Tony he was honest and told me he wasn't rich," she claims.

"I don't need his money at all. What I'm interested in is him and getting to know him."

The lovebirds met through a mutual friend in March 2014 and had their first date a month later.

It was Antonio's voice that captivated her, Vianca says, and she begged her friend to make the introduction.

"When I saw him, it was definitely love at first sight," she gushed.

Their "intense chemistry" quickly morphed into a full-blown romance, with the couple spending nearly every day with each other.

Four weeks later, Tony proposed to Vianca on a restaurant date, and she happily accepted.

From Vianca's perspective, money isn't everything – she often eschews designer goods to shop at Walmart.

She's adamant that their love is real – not a sugar baby arrangement.

"I am no sugar baby. But like I said, Tony does buy good things."

Despite the challenges that come with an age-gap relationship, she says dating an older, more mature person has opened her eyes to new things and provides a sense of security and protection she never had.

Vianca, who was adopted at a young age, says she looks up to her fiancé as a "positive role model" and considers him her "rock."

"There are unique benefits, I say that the love and support you get from a person with maturity is very special.

"I went from having nothing to having a positive role model to help me become better than the person I was."

Having grown up with a silver spoon in his mouth, Antonio said Vianca has taught him how to appreciate the simple things in life.

"My life has changed in huge ways, I came from having everything in life whereas Vianca taught me that the big things in life don't matter," he said.

"She is such a strong independent woman and she's taught me…that having big things don't define happiness. It's the little things that count."

The couple is now planning their wedding – they plan to say I do in Puerto Rico next year, and hope to start a family soon.

They stress that age is just a number and insist that love and connection are the keys to a successful relationship.

"We want people to understand that age is nothing but another," explained Vianca.

"If it's destined to be with someone young and there's a love connection it shouldn't have to matter, it's your heart."

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