We all know Sandhya, right? The self-confident IPS beendhani from Star Plus’ show Diya Aur Baati Hum, who fought the wrongs in the society and at the same time, played the role of a perfect bahu with equal elan. Yes, we are talking about famous TV actress, Deepika Singh.
All of us know that Deepika got married to the director of her show, Rohit Raj Goyal, on 2 May, 2014. She welcomed her first child, a baby boy named ‘Soham’ on May 20, 2017.
The couple and their little Soham, look very cute together and constantly share pictures on their social media profiles, especially Instagram.
Recently we came across some amazing pictures of Deepika dancing to the beats of dhol. The occasion was her brother-in-law’s wedding and Deepika danced to her heart’s content on her devar’s shaadi.
The picture was captioned:
“Band Bhajha Bharaat #Sangeet #FamJam #ShadhiKaGhar”
She also posted a picture of her along with her mother, all decked up and ready to attend her brother-in-law’s tikka and sangeet ceremony. Here is the picture:
She looked amazing in a pink and white saree, along with heavy pearl jewellery. This is what she wrote on Instagram along with this photograph:
“It’s Shaadhi time in the family. Mum and me all decked up yesterday for my brother-in-law’s Tika & Sangeet ceremony.”
And then finally, it was wedding day in the family. She looked like an angel in a baby pink saree and heavy kundan jewellery. She put up another picture on Instagram. Take a look:
“#ShaadiWaliSelfie on my way. #WeddingDiaries #BrotherInLawsWedding #FamJam.”
Well, we must say that she looks really pretty.
Also, most of us did not know that Deepika is a trained Odissi dancer and has performed on many occasions like award shows, etc. So, it is pretty obvious that she would have had a lovely time dancing at her BIL’s wedding!
Well, congratulations to her brother-in-law for his wedding. And Deepika, you look amazing dancing so joyfully to your heart’s content. We are eagerly waiting for more such videos!
Miley Cyrus has been pictured looking extremely elegant in the first wedding photos with her parents, which have recently been revealed.
The 26-year-old singer sparked speculation she married her long-term boyfriend Liam Hemsworth on Christmas Eve, when footage of the couple emerged celebrating with friends and family.
Close friend Conrad Carr had shared a picture of the couple seemingly cutting a cake while close family and friends watched on.
The much-speculated wedding has been confirmed by not only Miley, but by her mum Trish, who posted pictures of the family on social media yesterday (December 27).
The proud mum took to Instagram to express how happy she was about the marriage, sharing two sweet photos of the day’s events.
In one, she wrote:
While the other, of Miley and her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, she simply captioned with a pink love heart:
And while now the wedding seems to be officially confirmed, for days fans were left wondering whether the couple had actually tied the knot.
The fuel that started the fire was when their friend Carr posted to his Instagram story a picture of the loved-up pair cutting what appeared to be a wedding cake.
In it, 26-year-old Miley could be seen wearing an ivory, off-the-shoulder, wedding-style dress while 28-year-old Liam stood behind her, dressed smartly in a black suit.
Both of them were standing in front of a white cake and were holding a large knife as their families surrounded them holding cameras.
Everyone’s suspicions were soon confirmed though, when Miley herself treated her fans to a sneak glimpse of her and Liam’s nuptials.
Taking to Instagram, the Party in the USA singer confirmed her marriage to Liam, posting several photos alongside sweet captions.
In one, she wrote:
She then followed up with these:
As reported by the Daily Mail, the couple exchanged vows in their home in Franklin, Tennessee – it really was a Party in the USA – contrary to initial speculation that they were planning to get married in Liam’s native Australia.
The couple first met back in 2009 and got engaged in 2012, but broke up the following year. A few years later, though, they rekindled their flame and got back together in 2016.
However, it was rumoured the pair had broken up earlier this year, following reports that the Hunger Games actor was eager to settle down and have children with Miley, but she wasn’t quite ready for that lifestyle.
According to the Daily Mail, a source close to the couple said at the time:
He wants kids and doesn’t want to keep putting it off but it’s not quite the timeline Miley had in mind… he is left heartbroken.
Miley put off plans for the wedding and Liam was growing tired of it… They haven’t been getting along in recent months.
But now the pair have dispelled those rumours for good and are more loved up than ever, proven by these adorable pictures of them tying the knot surrounded by their loved ones.
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One mom sewed incredibly accurate Disney costumes for her daughter to wear at Disney World but now even the older, soon-to-be-married princesses have gowns to wear. And they look so stunning, they will definitely turn a regular wedding ceremony into a magical real-life fairytale.
Japanese wedding dress company Kuraudia Co. has partnered with Disney to create a collection of colorful bridal gowns that look just like the ones in our beloved stories. In total, the company is making fourteen dresses from six princesses (Belle, Ariel, Rapunzel, Aurora, Snow White, and Cinderella). Each design will be available for rent starting in November, running at about $3,600 a pop. There will also be an option to get a matching Prince Charming tux for an additional $900.
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — As a candidate for governor in 2015, Matt Bevin said he “absolutely supported” a Kentucky county clerk who stopped issuing marriage licenses because of her opposition to gay marriage.
But four years later, after a court ordered Kentucky taxpayers to pay more than $222,000 in legal fees for the gay and straight couples who sued, outside lawyers for now Gov. Bevin say former Rowan County clerk Kim Davis broke the law and taxpayers “should not have to collectively bear the financial responsibility for Davis’ intransigence.”
Bevin has been a staunch supporter of Davis, who spent five days in jail for refusing a court order to issue marriage licenses following the historic U.S. Supreme Court ruling that effectively legalized gay marriage. Davis even switched parties, registering as a Republican because she said the Democratic Party abandoned her. But now, Davis and Bevin will oppose each other in federal court on Thursday as lawyers argue who should have to pay for the lawsuit that stemmed from Davis’ actions.
Bevin and Davis, who lost her re-election bid in November, have asked the court not to award legal fees. But if they do, they disagree on who should pay. Davis’ attorneys argue she acted on behalf of the state.
But in an interview with The Associated Press, Davis’ attorney Mat Staver said he does not attribute those arguments to Bevin, but to the attorneys who represents him. Those attorneys, Palmer G. Vance II and William M. Lear Jr., are the same ones who represented former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear on the case before Bevin took office.
“Governor Bevin does not believe that she has done so and continues to support Ms. Davis’s actions,” Pitt said. “Our outside counsel have only argued, given the court’s ruling, that if constitutional rights were violated, the taxpayers of Kentucky are not responsible to pay the ACLU’s attorney fees.”
The case dates to the summer of 2015 when same-sex marriage became legal nationwide. At the time, the county clerk’s name appeared on all marriage licenses in Kentucky. Davis, a devout Apostolic Christian who says gay marriage is contrary to her religious beliefs, viewed this as her endorsement of same-sex marriage. She stopped issuing all marriage licenses.
Several gay and straight couples sued her with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union. A federal judge ordered her to issue the licenses, but Davis refused. The judge then found her in contempt of court and jailed her for five days. The case was resolved when the state legislature passed a law removing the names of county clerks from Kentucky marriage licenses.
In 2017, a federal judge ruled that Davis was acting as an agent for the state, making Kentucky taxpayers responsible for paying the legal fees of the gay and straight couples who filed suit. Bevin objected. His lawyers argue no one should have to pay the legal fees, because the gay and straight couples did not technically win the lawsuit since it was dismissed.
However, Bevin’s lawyers also argued if legal fees are awarded, either Rowan County or Davis herself should be responsible to pay them. Bevin’s lawyer Palmer Vance II, noted the purpose of requiring losers to pay for attorneys’ fees is to deter “conduct that violates civil rights.”
“That purpose is not vindicated if the offending office_the Rowan County Clerk’s Office_suffers no liability,” Vance wrote. “Indeed, there is little to deter the Rowan County Clerk’s Office from developing policies that violate the Kentucky or United States Constitutions.”
Jeffrey C. Mando, an attorney for Rowan County, dismissed that argument. He said clerks are elected officials and not county employees. He also added that “all procedures relating to marriage licenses are governed solely by the state.” He said that’s why former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear ordered county clerks to issue marriage license to same-sex couples and it’s why Bevin issued later issued an executive order removing clerks’ names from the licenses.