Tom and Meredith have already spent together, as a married couple, five decades and still going well. In such a long period, the couple has faced lots of ups and downs in their relationship, but none of them have left each other and overcame all those difficulties together. Lets' have a look at the romantic love story of the oldest couple and also get to know about their children.
Most of the love stories don't make their way to a happy marriage. But, Tom and Meredith are one of the couples who has made their love alive even after lots of difficulties in their love life. The couple got married on the August 17th of 1962 in Yankton, South Dakota, the hometown of Meredith.
The wedding had been on a really hot day but, even though, 150 people came into the church for the nuptials. To talk about their engagement then, this very love story has Meredith popping out the question.
Meredith asked Tom to marry her on the 9th of June, 1962. According to the Meredith, she proposed Tom but, the final dealing was all done by Tom as he called her to her father's house to ask for their permission.
The couple has already spent five decades together and still have lots of love for each other. They are also the true example of love and has given us a lesson that trust, support, and adjustment are necessary for any relationship to make it last forever. Tom and Meredith have always been supportive and honest with each other.
The couple has three daughters together. Well, we are unknown about when the couple gave birth to their children, but their daughter's names are Jennifer Brokaw, Andrea Brokaw, and Sarah Brokaw.
As per some tabloid source, their daughter Sarah is a psychotherapist, author, and a philanthropist. As all of their children have grown up and are married, they also have several grandchildren.
This couple has been the best example of a love story to all the couple where almost fifty percent end their relationship with a divorce for a small issue. The happy couple is currently residing at their ranch near Livingston, Montana.