Imran Khan and Bushra Bibi pose for a photograph at the PM House in Islamabad. File
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he discusses everything with his wife, Bushra Bibi, including problems he faces in government, dealing with complex situations.
"She is my soulmate. She is my companion. I would not have survived without her. Only a fool doesn’t talk about everything with his wife. She has great wisdom,” he said in an interview to German magazine Spiegel.
Imran Khan and Bushra Bibi perform Umrah. File
Imran Khan frequently praises his wife for her wisdom.
Upon the completion of the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) government's first 100 days, he credited her for handling "such a difficult life" with grace.
Imran Khan with Jemima Khan in London. File
Bushra Bibi is Imran Khan's third wife, who he married six months before assuming office as Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Imran Khan and Reham Khan on their wedding day. File
Imran was previously married to Jemima Khan, with whom he shares two children, for nine years and Reham Khan for 10 months.
The former Test and ODI cricketer turned to Instagram to share a glimpse of the congratulatory dinner he and the tennis sensation hosted at their house in Dubai for the couple over the weekend.
“We can’t breathe without each other now,” the actor Abbasi wrote in the statement, confirming the marriage. He added that they were looking forward to a lifetime of happiness and making efforts to please Allah together.
"It is very difficult for the salaried class, workers and labourers to construct or purchase a house in the cities due to soaring prices of land,” the prime minister told the ceremony in Islamabad on Thursday.
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