When you are talking about relationship statuses in Spanish, you need to use the verb estar and not ser
Read and listen to these examples:
Yo estoy casada con un chico millonario.I am married to a millionaire guy.
Joaquín va a estar soltero toda la vida.Joaquín is going to be single all his life long.
Mis padres están divorciados desde 2007.My parents are divorced since 2007.
Nosotros estábamos separados antes.We were separated before.
Tu novia y tú habéis estado comprometidos hasta este año.Your girlfriend and you have been engaged until this year.
Mi abuela Sagrario está viuda.My grandmother Sagrario is a widow.
See also Using ser (not estar) to describe relationships
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