In the recovery of the Orthodox Church from Enver Hoxha’s enforced atheism in Albania, one of the few Orthodox priests who had survived the purges was made a bishop. He was married, and so his wife and he both took monastic vows and separated into different monasteries.
About 45 years ago a married Dutch Reformed minister became a Cathlic in the Netherlands. In an interesting bit of ecumenical reasoning he was ordained as a priest in the Catholic Church without first being made a deacon. His ordination in the Dutch Reformed Church was held to count for that. But thereafter he continued to live with his wife and children. He was a secular priest and neither he nor his wife became monastics.
That I can understand.
But a married Carmelite nun?
The mind boggles.