A slice of love, laughter, and pizza: Saif and Kareena's 11th wedding anniversary

Saif, Kareena
Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor. Photo: Instagram/Kareena Kapoor

Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan expressed her love for her husband, actor Saif Ali Khan, on Monday as they joyfully celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary. The couple exchanged vows on October 16, 2012, in an intimate ceremony in Bandra, Mumbai. They are proud parents of two sons, Taimur and Jehangir. Kareena celebrated the occasion by posting a heartfelt Instagram picture featuring her and Saif, both elegantly dressed in white.

Saif is donning a white kurta pyajama, and a sleevless jacket. While, Kareena is wearing a white shirt and paired it with a blue full sleeves jacket. She has kept her hair tied in a bun, and is seen enjoying a pizza slice. While, Saif is flashing his smile for the camera, and has kept his one hand on Kareena’s shoulder.
The duo candidly pose for the lenses. Kareena captioned the image as: “This is US…. You, Me and Pizza... Forever Kinda Love... Happy Anniversary husband...” followed by red heart and infinity symbol emojis. Kareena’s cousin sister Riddhima Kapoor Sahni dropped a red heart and evil eye emoji in the comment section.

Bebo’s BFF Malaika Arora wrote: “Happy Anniversary”. Sanjay Kapoor and Maheep Kapoor said: “Happy Anniversary guys”. Jaideep Ahlawat said: “Saif sir be like ‘Poora Pizza isne khaya hai." Fans also showered their love and blessings in the comment section. Saif was earlier married to actress Amrita Singh. They have two children -- daughter Sara Ali Khan and son Ibrahim. However, the couple separated in 2004. Meanwhile, on the work front, Saif was last seen as Lankesh in ‘Adipurush’. He next has Telugu action drama film ‘Devara’, directed by Koratala Siva. It stars NTR Jr and Janhvi Kapoor. Kareena next has ‘The Buckingham Murders’, and ‘The Crew’ in the pipeline.
(With IANS inputs)

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