Athiya Shetty spotted with her husband KL rahul for the first time, flaunted post-wedding glow and mehndi
Bollywood's popular actress athiya shetty married her long-time boyfriend and cricketer KL rahul on 23 january 2023. The couple, who were in a steady relationship for the past few years, got married in a secret ceremony at Athiya's father and veteran actor Suniel Shetty's Khandala residence in the presence of a close circle of people.
The newly married couple has taken social media by storm with their dreamy wedding pictures. athiya shetty has also given inspiration to fashion lovers with her bridal look. Recently, the two were spotted together for the first time after marriage. The newly married couple was seen in the city for the first time on 30 january 2023 after marriage. New bride athiya shetty happily flaunts her mehendi and radiates the post-wedding glow. She posed for pictures with her husband KL Rahul. The actress looked stylish in a navy blue-orange printed shirt, which she teamed with distressed denim trousers. Athiya completed her look with white sneakers, dewy makeup, minimal accessories, and a sleek bun. KL rahul, on the other hand, sported a casual look in a white T-shirt which he paired with denim trousers and sneakers.
Athiya Shetty and KL rahul met each other through common friends and started dating around 3 years back. The star kid-turned-actress Athiya and the famous cricketer made it instagram official in 2022 and have often grabbed everyone's attention with their public appearances and romantic pictures. If reports are to be believed, the couple has bought a plush apartment together in Mumbai, where they are staying after their grand wedding.
The actress has won millions of hearts on the internet with her bridal look that gave off major modern bride vibes. She looked gorgeous in a pastel pink lehenga with chikankari work, designed by designer Anamika Khanna for her big day. The opulent wedding lehenga was completely handwoven and made in silk with zardozi and jaali work. The veil and scarf were made of silk.