Fashion followers love the style sense of Bollywood fashionista Sonam Kapoor. After getting married to love of her life Anand Ahuja, she is maintaining a balance between her reel and real life. She often makes everyone believe that she is like a regular girl and she too deals with problems of skin. Her followers on social media keep an eye on her Instagram feed for deets. Also, Sonam and her husband give major couple goals to everyone.
Two days back, the actress made an appearance at the GQ best-dressed party with her hubby and they nailed it with their looks. The actress posted their picture on Instagram in which they were seen twinning in trending pantsuit. Sonam wore a pink, while her businessman husband opted for a beige ensemble. Sonam captioned the picture as, “With my beau for the @gqindia best-dressed party in @fenty @[email protected]”
Check out their pictures below:
Earlier too, the duo spotted twinning in Harry Potter ensemble. The picture of the same was shared by Anand in which they were seen sitting on the airport lounge.
Talking about their love life, Anand had once shared, “We would talk over the phone. It was seven weeks before we actually met. By then, we knew we were in love but (we) met in person to solidify it. At the end of the day, it’s about being patient.”
In a post-marriage interview, he had revealed, “Long distance can get tiring, but we’re lucky that Delhi, London and Mumbai are all home, for work. It could be worse, but it obviously could be better. It’s hard to not be together, especially after you get around to being married and you want to have that time. But Sonam’s got a hectic schedule this year — she’s got four films coming up. But we make it work. We have certain tricks — for example, we always have a meal together over Skype.”
He further said, “If she’s in India and I’m in London, then we do my lunch and her dinner, or she’ll do her lunch and my breakfast. So those small things — even if you keep 30-40 minutes aside — changes everything, because you get that dedicated time. It’s that consistency you build over time which can really help. When we first met, we would go as long as three to five weeks without seeing each other, and I realised that Sonam gets really impatient after two weeks. So, now we try to not make it go longer than two weeks, and taking short trips help in that sense.”