Woman becomes best friends with her husband’s lover

By Mieke Vlok
21 June 2014

If two's a crowd, then three is definitely a party for this trio.

Most women turn to their female friends for comfort and support when their husbands have cheated on them.

But Brit Mary Harper acquired an unusual girlfriend after her husband had been unfaithful – his own lover . . .

After about 20 years of marriage, David started an extra-marital affair in 1998 with Gilda, a student from Germany, reports the Daily Mail.

Mary got to hear of the affair afterwards, but instead of giving David his marching orders, she insisted she wanted to meet Mary – and an unlikely friendship was born.

More than 15 years after Gilda and David’s affair, the three are now bosom friends – and Mary has long since forgiven them their transgression.

In fact, the three are so close they've already been on a cycling trip in Spain together and regularly go to the opera and soccer matches.

On the cycle trip they actually rode a special bicycle made for three, with David in front, Gilda in the middle and Mary at the back. David playfully nicknamed the bike Threesome. Other women are not so forgiving, however, and will go to great lengths to teach their hubbies and their lovers a lesson.

'I hope you’re very in love and your relationship works out'

Timeshia Brown, a woman from Texas in America, placed an advertisement in a newspaper in May this year after discovering her husband was having an extramarital affair.

“I would like to congratulate Shara Cormier and Patrick Brown,” it read. “They are expecting a baby. I hope you’re very in love and your relationship works out. Love, Patrick’s wife, Timeshia Brown.”

Also in May this year, a British woman took her husband to task about his wandering eye by sticking up posters of him all over her neighbourhood.

“Warning: Local cheating, lying bastard,” they read. “Father of two. He ran away from his family and informed them with a note.”

Sources: Daily Mail, Examiner.com, Metro UK

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