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“When I was in the USA and he told them he was going to marry me, there was a lot of drama, but he insisted and I didn't seek their approval; I respected him more because he wasn't swayed by his family,” she says.
Her husband, who adopted her daughter, now works as a gynecologist in Cairo’s Dokki, where the couple lives with their two children. I never had any contact for six years, until the baby was born.
The Family Puzzle Marriage came out as something of a challenge for Faima, who moved to Egypt with her 4-year-old daughter after meeting her husband through an online simulation game called .
The story, a seemingly surreal tale where simulated reality fused with her real life, took her from her native Bulgaria to Egypt’s northern town of Fayed in Ismailyia, where she had to live in a house with no roof for a year.
As they arrived to the airport in Alexandria, Beatrice encountered the flavors of Egypt for the first time.
“The hotel in Dumiyat, the fool and ta’meya place, going to the Mugama'a, it all sounds so strange now,” says Beatrice, now a widower and a grandmother of seven children, who works as a supervisor in a school in Nasr City.