Virushka fans all across the globe can finally breathe a sigh of relief as the news spreads that Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are officially a married couple now. According to sources, the two tied the knot on Monday in an intimate ceremony in Italy. In attendance were only their family members.
The couple has made the announcement in Twitter posts from their respective accounts, thanking fans and well-wishers for their love and support.
Today we have promised each other to be bound in love forever. We are truly blessed to share the news with you. This beautiful day will be made more special with the love and support of our family of fans & well wishers. Thank you for being such an important part of our journey. pic.twitter.com/Scobdiqk7l
— Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) December 11, 2017
Today we have promised each other to be bound in love for ever. We are truly blessed to share the news with you.This beautiful day will be made more special with the love and support of our family of fans & well wishers. Thank you for being such an important part of our journey. pic.twitter.com/aobTUwMNAK
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) December 11, 2017
Ever since the nuptials news began doing the rounds of social media, celebrities from both cricket industry and filmdom maintained a stoic silence over the wedding.
A few days back, Anushka along with her family, was spotted at Mumbai airport, after which the speculations of her marriage with Kohli started making rounds.
It was after Virat Kohli excused himself from matches and asked BCCI for a break in December citing personal reasons which gave rise to the Indian captain’s marriage reports with girlfriend Anushka. The lovers recently starred in a TVC together wherein they declared their vows and fans saw it as a teaser for their real wedding. Interestingly, the duo met on the sets of an ad in 2013 and love blossomed between the two.
Kohli is one of the world’s highest-paid athletes and a huge star in cricket-crazy India, and Anushka is one of the top actresses in the multi-billion-dollar Indian film industry.