A former U.S. senator says he'll marry a man 50 years. His junior, 20 years after his wife's death.

FOX's Pat O'Neill has more:

Harris Wofford was married to his wife Clare for 48 years and they raised three children.

Now 90-years-old, Wofford, in a New York Times opinion piece says that five years after his wife's death in 1996, he unexpectedly fell in love with a man. Matthew Charlton, now 40, after meeting on a beach in Fort Lauderdale.

Wofford, a former advisor to President John Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. says that too often society seeks to label people by pinning them on a wall. Straight, gay or in-between, adding that he had a half-century of marriage with a wonderful woman and feels lucky to have found happiness for a second time.

Wofford and Charlton plan to wed this Saturday.

Pat O'Neill, FOX News.