Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja had a fairy tale wedding in May this year. Their wedding broke the internet thanks to their adorable moments from their wedding celebrations that the entire nation was interested in. Right from the mehendi, wedding to the reception, the Sonam and Anand enjoyed every bit of it and planned it well to make it a memorable affair. The newly married couple is in London at the moment enjoying some time with family and friends opened up about their love story in the latest issue of Vogue India. The couple redefined royalty as they posed for the cover. Also Read - Entertainment News Today, April 1, 2020: Sonam Kapoor-Anand Ahuja’s Mushy Monochromatic Pic Amid Self-Quarantine Can Drive Work-From-Home Blues Away
While talking about their first date, the Veere Di Wedding actress revealed, “I was apparently wearing the worst sneakers he had ever seen. I keep telling him that he fell in love with me despite my bad sneaker game… That day, walking and talking in London, I knew he was the love of my life. He apparently knew the first time we spoke on the phone… It was just so easy.”. While talking about their friendship and initial days of getting to know each other, Anand said, “The first time we met, we talked about our respective work. I was just struck by the fact that I could speak to her so openly about everything. We were chatting on Snapchat one night and she said, ‘Stop texting, just call me.’ And we spoke for two hours that night… Our friendship started over superficial things like vegan chocolates and sneakers but soon we were having deeper conversations.” While we talk about Sonam and Anand’s beautiful love story, here take a look at unseen moments captured from their wedding by the glossy for their latest issue. Also Read - Sonam Kapoor Reveals Why She Returned to India Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Says 'My Father is 63'
While talking about how different the two are from each other and how it has changed them as people over time, Sonam said, “He’s non-judgemental—with everybody. Very open-minded and progressive. I’m a little conservative and close-minded about a few things, and he’s taught me to see the other side, to look at things with a lot more compassion and care, to be a little more pragmatic and practical, as I can be very emotional and quick to judge sometimes, which is not nice.”