Sonam Kapoor’s May wedding took the Internet by storm. With the who’s of who of the industry present at their wedding reception, videos and photos from the gala celebrations flooded social media and entire world became a part of the starry event on Instagram.
Now, after a-month-and-a-half, the couple has shared few never-seen-before pictures from their wedding and we are literally drooling over them. Sonam-Anand have been featured on the cover of Vogue magazine and spilled all the beans about their love story. Taking to social media, the Neerja actress shared a picture from her wedding and mentioned how supportive Anand was, when she told him about going to Cannes just two days after the wedding. "Anand is so encouraging when it comes to my work that he didn’t blink when I told him I was flying to Cannes two days after the wedding or that I was getting into promotions straightaway. There was no argument, just acceptance—you gotta do what you gotta do. #EverydayPhenomenal 💫 @anandahuja”
Recalling her first date, Sonam Kapoor says, “I was apparently wearing the worst sneakers he had ever seen. I keep telling him that he fell in love with me despite my bad sneaker game… That day, walking and talking in London, I knew he was the love of my life. He apparently knew the first time we spoke on the phone… It was just so easy.”
Anand has even revealed the details about their first conversation. The entrepreneur says, "The first time we met, we talked about our respective work. I was just struck by the fact that I could speak to her so openly about everything. We were chatting on Snapchat one night and she said, ‘Stop texting, just call me.’ And we spoke for two hours that night… Our friendship started over superficial things like vegan chocolates and sneakers but soon we were having deeper conversations.”
Talking of the best things about her husband, Sonam says, “He’s non-judgemental—with everybody. Very open-minded and progressive. I’m a little conservative and close-minded about a few things, and he’s taught me to see the other side, to look at things with a lot more compassion and care, to be a little more pragmatic and practical, as I can be very emotional and quick to judge sometimes, which is not nice.”
Anand adds, “She gives me a lot of confidence. Sonam’s very black and white. She knows what’s wrong and what’s right, and is not afraid to say it. I can see both sides of a story, but I often get stuck in the grey zone. I sometimes need to be able to say no, and Sonam gives me the confidence to do that, she supports me. She’s intuitive and patient, I second-guess."
Quite a copy!