Actor Milind Soman and his girlfriend Ankita Konwar, both professional runners, could be racing their way to the altar, very soon. A recent picture shared by Ankita on social media hints that the lovebirds are already gotten engaged. Check it out:
Although, neither Milind, nor Anikta annouced it, Ankita's photo caption, definitely makes us wonder. She wrote: "I don't want to know what it's like to live without you, Don't want to know the other side of a world without you - #ruelle #forever #youandi #mylove (sic)."
SpotboyE.com was the first to report that the two will be getting hitched in 2018.
Milind, who is 52, made headlines when he went public about his relationship with the 26-year-old Ankita. A source had told SpotboyE.com that the actor visited Ankita’s hometown Guwahati a few months back, to meet her parents. While there, he also attended Ankita’s little nephew’s birthday bash. This is where Milind was formally introduced to the Konwar family.
“Milind timed his visit to coincide with Ankita’s nephew’s birthday, so he could meet her friends, family and relatives, who were in attendance,” informed the source close to Milind. “Now that the lovebirds have the family’s blessings, they will solemnise their relationship in 2018,” the source had added.
Does the age gap between Ankita and Milind, irk her parents? “Ankita is almost half of Milind’s age, the massive age-gap was an issue for Ankita’s family but now after having met Milind, they are ready to ignore the age factor,” the source had revealed.
This will be Milind’s second marriage. He was earlier married to Mylène Jampanoï, his French co-star from their film Valley Of Flowers. The two tied the knot in 2006 and their marriage lasted 3 years.
Milind and Ankita have been going steady for the last one year. The lovebirds even flew off to Norway to celebrate Milind’s 52nd birthday under the Northern Lights, recently.
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