(PIX11) — Kristie and Tavis are in their 20s and are getting married in a month. Makeup and prosthetic artists helped them visualize what it would be like aging from their late 20s to late 90s.
Kristie’s mom told her daughter it would be “a treat … because we’ll probably be gone at that age. And we’ll get to see what you would look like! How cool.”
When Kristie was made to look 50, she said “yep, I’m going to look just like my mother one day.”
“We’ll be on the PTA!” Her fiancé Tavis said. “Oh God, that sounds so weird.”
At age 70, Kristie said “I look like my grandma.”
“I can’t help but think about the potential last 50 years were,” Tavis said. “To see her look like this makes me think where we’ve gone to be next to each other looking like this, what could have happened in between.” Kristie responded, “Kids and grand-kids, and so many stories. We’ll have to take care of each other.”
“It’s a really affecting thing to see someone you’ve known since you were 19, in their 70s, and imagine what life would be like then,” Kristie said tearfully.
“Do you think you’ll still be sexually active?” the cameraman asked. “No, we’ll be tired,” Kristie said. “I’ll still try!” Tavis insisted.
When asked what would be the last things said to eachother, Kristie said “I want to make sure he knew how much I loved him, how important he’s been to me.”
“You’ve made me a better person,” Tavis responded. “There are so many things I couldn’t be without you … and will never be without you.