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Pakistani Youtuber, Azlan Shah tied the knot with his ladylove, Dr Warisha Javed Khan in a dreamy wedding ceremony. Their week-long wedding festivities included haldi, mehendi, nikah and a walima ceremony. However, on the day of their walima ceremony, Azlan gifted a baby donkey to his loving bride, and this caught our attention.
Taking to his IG handle, on December 8, 2022, Azlan had shared a series of pictures clicked with his ladylove, Warisha from their walima ceremony. The groom opted for a black suit paired with a matching waistcoat, a tie and a white shirt underneath. On the other hand, Warisha looked drop-dead gorgeous in a grey-hued, heavily embellished outfit paired with sleek diamond jewellery. Together, the duo looked heavenly and was seen posing with their baby donkey.
Along with the pictures, Azlan revealed the reason behind gifting such a unique gift to his bride, Warisha. He captioned the pictures of their collaborative post by mentioning Warisha's love for donkeys and added that he had also not separated the baby animal from its mother. Azlan's caption can be read as:
"I always knew that @warisha.jk loves baby Donkeys so here’s a wedding gift to her from my side. P.S: we didn’t separate this baby Donkey from his mother we brought her along."
For the unversed, Azlan is a self-proclaimed animal enthusiast. He enjoys a huge fanbase of about 341K subscribers on YouTube showcasing his love for exotic and wild animals in his vlogs. In contrast, Warisha is a renowned social media influencer with about 208k followers on her IG handle. She keeps updating her fans with quirky TikTok videos. And since a new member has arrived in the duo's life, they are constantly sharing cutesy moments with the donkeys. Check out:
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The madly-in-love couple's love for animals was not only seen in Azlan's wedding gift for Warisha but was also seen when the duo spent some quality time with an elephant on their mehendi. Donning gorgeous ensembles, they were seen feeding bananas and playing with the elephant. Afterwards, sharing some cutesy moments from the same, they had separately written in their posts:
"Our mutual love for animals is never going to end. We’re so glad to have spent our time with Malka, feeding her bananas and playing with her! It was the most magical experience and we’re so happy that we were able to do it on our Mehndi day."
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