Watch This Young Couple Find Out What They'll Look Like Growing Old

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young couple from 100 years of beauty

When you're getting ready to tie the knot, keeping it together is the last thing on your mind. It's hard to think of anything but the moment your man will stand next to you as he promises he'll always be your person and your everything.

You can't shake off your nerves about the future, but knowing he'll be right by you every step of the way makes all of your worries seem infinitely smaller.

We can't imagine what it feels like to grow old with your soulmate. And thanks to Field Day, this young couple won't have to.

Kristie and Tavis are getting married next month. Even though they're only in their twenties, Field Day's experiment shows them what they'll look like after they've been married for decades.

Needless to say, the results (and their reactions) are AMAZING.

This raw and emotional experience gave them the chance to experience a lifetime together in just one sitting. But the tearjerker comes when the cameraman asks what they think their last words will be.

Kristie says “I want to make sure he knew how much I loved him, how important he’s been to me.” If we weren't swooning before, Tavis' response set off the waterworks. There's no hesitation in his voice when he says “You’ve made me a better person. There are so many things I couldn’t be without you … and will never be without you."

But that isn't the only reason that we find this experiment so heartfelt. Hearing Kristie and Tavis think about what experiences they'll share in the next seventy years and how it'll affect them leaves us breathless.

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As the years go passing by, people change; they either grow together or grow apart. That's just how life is. It's clear that Kristie and Tavis are more than ready for the challenge.

Fair warning: You'll need a box of tissues at hand to get through the next five minutes.