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When you get married, you are not just committed to your husband, you are committed to his family also. For every bride, leaving her comfortable space and going to a new house may be a bit emotional but she looks up to begin the new phase of her life. From getting an amazing family to having all your wishes fulfilled are some of the few blessings a girl gets when she gets married. Real-life princess, Mohena Kumari Singh felt similar emotions when she had tied the knot with her real-life prince, Suyesh Rawat. (Also Read: Ranbir Kapoor And Alia Bhatt's 'Us' Moments At Arman And Anissa's Reception Are Winning Hearts)
Mohena Kumari Singh had begun a new journey with the man of her dreams as she had tied the knot with Suyesh Rawat in a royal wedding in Haridwar on October 14, 2019. One look at her wedding pictures would make you fall in love with the royalty of her Rajputana wedding. Mohena had looked every bit of gorgeous in a traditional red Rajputana poshak with pallu drawn over her head, small bindi, matha patti, traditional jadau nath and an all-red chooda. And Suyesh had complemented her well in a beige-hued embroidered sherwani and safa.
Mohena Kumari Singh is on cloud nine and is enjoying every moment of being married. She often shares adorable pictures with her husband, Suyesh and her in-laws. On February 7, 2020, Mohena took to her Instagram handle and shared a beautiful picture of her father-in-law and mother-in-law. Along with the picture, Mohena wrote, “Happy Marriage Anniversary!!! #fatherinlaw #motherinlaw.”
On February 1, 2020, Mohena had posted a Boomerang with her mother-in-law, where she and her sister-in-law had played cheerfully around her. Mohena had captioned it as “Saas Bahu’s Saga” followed with flower and smile emojis. Mohena also posted a time-lapse from the same resort and it features her, playing with her husband and a kid.
Mohena shares a warm bond with her in-laws and often shares cutesy pictures with them. In an interview with The Times of India, Mohena had revealed, "My entire wedding trousseau has been finalised by my sister-in-law Yuvrani Vasudhara Raj Lakshmi and by my mother Maharani Ragini Singh. I am pretty much just going to pick-up those bags and go to my new house." (Also Read: Soha Ali Khan Gives A Glimpse Of Her First Sports Day As A Parent At Inaaya Naumi Kemmu's School)
On January 14, 2020, Mohena Kumari Singh and Suyesh Rawat had completed three months of blissful married life and to mark the same, the former had treated her fans with an unseen family portrait from her vidaai. Posting a picture-perfect family portrait with her clan, in-laws and Suyesh Rawat, Mohena had penned down the importance of family in her caption. Mohena had written, “In today’s day and age people are losing the importance and respect for family. But We still believe there is strength in togetherness. In Family there is strength that all the power in the world cannot undo. Royal Wedding: A fairytale by the Ganges The new family potrait: (Standing, left to right) Shraddhey and Shreeyansh Rawat, Satpal Maharaj, Suyesh, Mohena, Maharaja Pushpraj Singh, Yuvraj Divyaraj Singh and Rajkumari Suravandita Kumari with Yuvrani Vasundhara Rajlaxmi. Sitting, left to right Amrita Rawat and Maharani Ragini Singh.”
In an interview with The Times of India, Mohena Kumari Singh had revealed how she is enjoying her daily routine post-wedding in Dehradun and had stated, “It’s so refreshing to let new things happen. I am dressing up, eating a lot of food and doing pujas. The food in my new home in Dehradun is just amazing. My in-laws eat good homemade spicy food. And I have been eating a lot spicier and yummier food at my new abode, meeting new family members, relatives and friends. It’s like a break for me and it just feels so good.” (Also Read: Karan Johar Pens An Emotional Note For Mother Hiroo Johar For Co-Parenting His Twins, Yash And Roohi)
What do you think about Mohena's bond with her in-laws? Keep us posted.
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