Singer Monali Thakur has been married for three-long-years to a German man named Maik Richter. While she kept it hidden from all for all these years, the singer is now very open about her love. It was early this month that the singer revealed her marriage. In an interview, she shared that she has been married for three years and that it was in 2016 that Maik proposed to her. Now that everyone knows about, Monali has shared a few pictures from the day her husband proposed to her for marriage.
The pictures are gorgeous as Maik made a perfect proposal plan. He got her 50 roses and on Christmas eve, he popped the question. Monali shared these pictures with the caption, "Now that you all know.. I finally get to share the pictures of that beautiful day of my life when the boy proposed to me with 50 beautifully perfect red roses, asking me to marry him on the Christmas Eve of 2016.. at the same land where we met for the first time.. Yes cliche as ever, I was crying.... remember this @maaaik_richter @heynick555 @keil.gina ? I can’t believe it’s been so many years already."
Check out the pictures below. Her happy and laughing face will definitely bring a smile to your face, especially in such gloomy days where the headlines are all about Sushant Singh Rajput's death.
Meanwhile, the 34-year-old singer had revealed in an Interview that their marriage ceremony happened in India. She was quoted saying, "He thought that he will get a Visa on arrival here, because he had read it somewhere on the Internet. So he was almost thrown out of the country. The day we were supposed to get married, he was kept at the airport like a kaidi. But then the Indian government helped a lot. They made sure that we got married on the day we were supposed to." (Also Read: Monali Thakur Reveals She Secretly MARRIED Maik Richter In 2017: ‘This Will Come As A Shock, None Of My Industry Friends Were Aware Or Invited’)
Happy for you lady!
Image Source: Instagram/monalithakur03
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