Katrina Kaif used a home and green heart emoji to caption her picture on Instagram.
Bollywood star Katrina Kaif recently shared a few pictures on her social media where she flaunted her diamond-studded 'mangalsutra' and shared glimpses of her and hubby Vicky Kaushal's new sea-facing home with her fans.
‘Mangalasutra’ is considered to be one of the important symbols of married life in Hinduism, and it seems like new bride Katrina Kaif is in love with the sacred ornament.
The actress took to Instagram and shared three pictures where she can be seen cozied up in winter wear and smiling for the camera. Katrina's mangalasutra chain features gold and black beads with two small drop-down diamonds and black stones placed on gold plates.
The beautiful 'mangalsutra' in question is by ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee's Bengal Tiger collection.
Katrina's fitness trainer Yasmin Karachiwala commented under the pictures, "Can't wait to see your new home."
Commenting her photo, a fan wrote, "You are looking so beautiful and can't take my eyes off that mangalsutra." "You and your mangalasutra have my heart," another fan wrote.
Vicky and Katrina tied the nuptial knot on Dec.9 at Six Senses Fort Barwara Hotel in Rajasthan in an intimate ceremony with just 120 guests in attendance. The three-day wedding festivities started from Dec.7 and ended with KatVic making it official through their social media posts.
What's a wedding without a fun haldi ceremony? The newlyweds, who tied the knot on Dec.9, have been sharing glimpses from their wedding and this time around, the actors let fans take a sneak peek into their haldi ceremony.
The 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' actress took to her Instagram story and shared a picture of a bowl of halwa, as she wrote, "Maine banaya (I prepared this). Chaunka chardhana."
Moments after Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal went public with their wedding pictures on Instagram, Bollywood and Pakistani celebrities lined up to shower their good wishes upon the couple.
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