Ankita Konwar Posts A Cute Couple Pic With Milind; Pens A Note On Minimalism & Repeating Outfits

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There are some love stories in real life too, which leave the pre-set societal rules and values far behind. Age or caste doesn’t just matter when true love takes over. Supermodel Milind Soman, the heartthrob of millions of girls in the 90s, has set a new example of the same with his wife Ankita Konwar.

Ignoring the big age gap of 26 years and avoiding all the criticism, they not only tied the knot in April 2018 but throughout the two years of their married life, they have proved their decision absolutely right. Not only they themselves have realized and increased their love, faith, support and bonding with each other, but fans also have witnessed it very often through their social media posts.

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Ankita has recently posted an adorable picture of herself with dashing husband Milind Soman. The picture can set new couple goals for any young and lovely couple in terms of magical love and charm. Along with the photo, the note Ankita has penned down is also something to catch all the eyes. It is lengthy writing on minimalism and repeating clothes.

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She has written about her thoughts when they are asked whether they don’t have other clothes because they are photographed wearing the same clothes more than once, Ankita wrote that she respects and adores Milind for who and whatever he is.

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She wrote that the lives are so fast in today’s world. Finding time to introspect one’s choices is becoming tough day by day. Amid all this, a person who understands what is utility and what is wastage is someone who can be loved and respected, thinks Ankita.

She wrote, “Questions I hear all the time: “Does he not have a different t shirt?” “Omg, I see you guys in the same pair of sandals everywhere!” Hmmm… How does it feel to be with a minimalist? It feels incredible! I adore and respect my husband for being the way he is. In today’s world of fast consumption and fast fashion, someone who understands the concept of utility and wastage. Nothing is more responsible than occupying the smallest place you possibly can.”

Published by Ricky Tandon on 06 Oct 2020

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