Vicar, 81, who married Romanian toyboy, 27, dies alone in Bucharest hospital as his husband says he refuses to ‚look sad‘ and wants to enjoy his £150k inheritance and £2,000-a-month British pension
An 81-year-old former vicar who married his 27-year-old Romanian toyboy lover has died alone in a Bucharest hospital – as his widow reveals he ‚cried for two days‘ but is now ready to enjoy his inheritance. Philip Clements, a retired Church of England vicar (right, top and inset), passed away in a hospital room that had been sealed off from visitors amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now widow Florian Marin (left) – who is 54 years younger than his husband – is looking forward to enjoying a £150,000 inheritance, luxury house, and £2,000-a-month-for-life pension. Mr Clements had been rushed to hospital on May 27 suffering suspected pneumonia, but was moved to a cardiology ward after testing negative for coronavirus where he passed away overnight on May 31.