Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s vacation is something we all look forward to, as the couple treats their fans with so many beautiful pictures and videos from their getaway. We love their social media PDA as well as the cute banter and Anushka often comes up with fun, quirky captions for her Instagram posts, leaving us even more in awe of the actress. Now, Virat Kohli rang in his 31st birthday in Bhutan with his lovely wife and the two are spending some quality time away from the hustle-bustle of the city. The pictures that they’ve been treating their fans with, are dreamy, to say the least. However, Anushka’s latest Instagram story is one you just can’t miss!
We can all agree Anushka Sharma has a great sense of humour and it often reflects in her Instagram posts. Now, the actress took to her Instagram stories to share several peaceful videos of a beautiful scenic view of the Himalayas. The first story is a quiet video taken by Anushka Sharma as she sits by the river with huge mountains in the background and a layer of cloud overlapping with the mountains. In the video, you can ever hear the wind blow! She captions them with, “God is the greatest artist,” and another one that reads “Grateful.” Another picture shows her having breakfast in the lap of the Himalayas. The last Instagram story is once again a clip of the same view, however, at the end, Virat Kohli sneakily photobombs the video. Anushka shared the clip and wrote, “Appreciating God’s creations, including the one that showed up last,” referring to Virat, of course, and it is just too cute! ALSO READ: Anushka Sharma Wishes Her One True Love, Hubby Virat Kohli, Love And Light On His Birthday
In other news, Anushka Sharma finally penned an adorable post for Virat Kohli on his birthday, and accompanying the post was a series of pictures straight from Bhutan, where the two celebrated his birthday.
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