Buzz Aldrin weds on his 93rd birthday: ‘As delighted as eloping teenagers.’

Buzz Aldrin weds on his 93rd birthday: ‘As delighted as eloping teenagers.’

He must be really ecstatic!

Buzz Aldrin marked his 93rd birthday by marrying his 63-year-old longtime partner Anca Faur.

Aldrin, who was the second person to set foot on the Moon after Neil Armstrong, tweeted the happy news, disclosing that the couple tied the knot in a small ceremony in Los Angeles, California.

“On my 93rd birthday, which is also the day I will be honored by Living Legends of Aviation, I am pleased to announce that my longtime love Dr. Anca Faur and I have tied the knot,” the NASA legend wrote.

“We were married in a small, private ceremony in Los Angeles and are as ecstatic as runaway teens.”

Dr. Anca Faur and I have tied the knot on my 93rd birthday, the same day I will be recognized by Living Legends of Aviation.

We were married in a modest, private ceremony in Los Angeles and are as ecstatic as eloping adolescents.

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— Dr. Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) January 21, 2023

The post was accompanied by two photographs from the private ceremony, which depicted the new Mrs. Aldrin in a rhinestone-adorned white gown.

Aldrin, for his part, appeared dashing in a black suit and bowtie.

Romanian-born Fauer is the current executive vice president of Buzz Aldrin Ventures. The University of Pittsburgh awarded her a Ph.D. in chemical engineering.

The astronaut has previously exchanged “I Do”

Aldrin was previously married three times, the first time being in 1954 to Joan Archer. Prior to their divorce in 1974, the couple had three children: James, Janice, and Andrew.

In 1975, Aldrin wed his second wife, Beverly Van Zile, but their unhappy union lasted only three years.

After a decade, Aldrin married his third wife, Lois Driggs Cannon. The couple was married for 24 years prior to their divorce in 2012.

After completing three spacewalks during his illustrious career as an astronaut, Buzz Aldrin was literally rocketed to fame.

He was the Lunar Module Eagle pilot during the historic Apollo 11 mission in 1969, during which he and Neil Armstrong walked on the lunar surface for 19 minutes.

Aldrin is the lone survivor of the three astronauts that participated in the Apollo 11 mission. He left the workforce in 1971.

 

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