A woman who waited four decades to lose her virginity has finally got her happy ending.
Amanda McCracken, from the US, dated 100 men before finding one she deemed worthy to have sex with.
The lucky man, Dave, swept the fussy 42-year-old off her feet after meeting her at a rooftop bar with friends.
Ten months on, they were intimate together for the first time during a holiday to French Polynesia.
Two months later, the happy couple tied the knot – and now they’ve got more happy news.
On Instagram, Amanda revealed that she’s expecting a baby.
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In a message to her 1,100 followers, she wrote: “The following is possibly the best BIRTHday announcement I’ve ever made.
“Last July, Grandma Velda asked me when Dave and I would be getting married.
“‘Maybe next July’, I responded.
“‘JULY?!?!’ she exclaimed, ‘You could have a baby by then!’
“Well, guess what, friends – grandma’s prophecy has come true.
“We are expecting a baby end of July/early August!”
It’s no surprise that Amanda is chuffed by the news – especially as she spent so long looking for love.
In a first-person post published on Valentine’s Day, she revealed what waiting for the right guy meant for her.
She told Huff Post: "My romances, which lasted from one night to one year, were with men from 15 years younger to 15 years older.
"I dated a physicist, army captain, stripclub bouncer, philosopher, professional country singer, peace-treaty negotiator, yacht captain, waste management baron, professional athlete, farming landscape painter, firefighter, ER doctor, retired CIA spy, minister, a handful of lawyers and enough engineers to start a firm."
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Amanda added: "It was never about the sex.
"It was never about waiting for the perfect guy to show up. It was about waiting on a healthy me to show up.
"The one who realized she deserved more than breadcrumbs. The one who finally felt the emptiness in longing.
"The one who turned toward love rather than chasing rejection. The one who was capable of accepting that love.
"And that was worth the wait."
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