Not saying you are wrong, but knowing he would be put to death I think he would have been awfully reluctant to put a wife through that ordeal.
But Christ was, more than just about all else, one who knew and paid attention to natural law and the universal order of things.
It would have been very unusual and probably unacceptable for a single man to hang out with twelve guys who didn’t have the best reputation on the block...
And no doubt he was closer to Magdalena than just about any other person on Earth.
Any time things like this come up, I just sit here drooling thinking/wondering about what they might have in the Vatican library!!!
Both his mother, Mary, and Mary Magdalene were at the cross when he died. She could have been the wife and that doesn’t bother me. It was common for men to marry and would have raised eyebrows if he hadn’t been.