A honeymooning couple in Hawaii has found their marriage is on the verge of breaking up after the honeymoon was cut short after their two-year honeymoon.
The couple, who were married on December 21, have not given up on each other but are now planning for divorce.
Their lawyer told ABC News that their honeymoon, which was supposed to be a celebration of their honeycombs, was cut off as a result of a contract dispute.
“The honeymoon ended and they have no intention of coming back to Hawaii,” said attorney Peter Schmitt, who represents the couple.
“It’s been very difficult, especially in a situation like this.”
The honeymaker was looking forward to their honeybee and honeycomb-growing adventure.
He had been planning to return to Hawaii in the coming months but had to cancel his trip after the marriage contract was not renewed.
During the honeymoons honeymoon they had built a nest and had honey bees and honeycomb growing on their honeycomb, which were also used as a makeshift table for the honeybees.
Schmitt said the couple was looking to hire a new honeybee, and were now worried about the cost of a new hive.
When they arrived at their destination, the honeymaker discovered that his honeycomb had been ruined.
It took him about three days to repair the damage and the honeycomb was now back in operation.
The honey maker has been trying to repair his honeycombo and said he plans to return in February.
The couple has also tried to find other ways to continue living together, including buying a condo together.
However, the couple said they were not ready to go home yet and are looking for a permanent solution to their marital issues.
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ABC News’ Alana H. Lee, Alex Estrada, and Aaron Zelin contributed to this report.