Virat Kohli writes heartfelt message on wife Anushka Sharma’s birthday

The two got married in a private ceremony in Italy in 2017

By Web Desk
May 01, 2024
Virat Kohli (L) and Anushka Sharma got married in 2017. — IG

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are one of the most popular couples in the world as the two have reached new heights in their respective fields over the years.

The two are known for their excellence in their respective fields and for their love and bond as the two never fail to express their feelings of affection and value for each other.

Kohli wrote a heartfelt message on Anushka’s 36th birthday on his Instagram account which melted the hearts of fans all around the world. The 35-year-old wished his wife happy birthday and wrote that he would’ve been “completely lost” without her.

“I would have been completely lost if I didn’t find you. Happy birthday my love. You are the light to our world. We love you so much,” he wrote in the post’s caption.

Kohli has often spoken highly of Anushka and revealed that it was she who taught him how to stand by the truth no matter the condition.

"I have learned from Anushka how to stand by the truth when no one else is willing to believe you or even listen to what you have to say," Kohli in an earlier interview with Wrogn.

"She always told me you know if you are standing by the truth then you don't have to worry about anything because the path will carve itself out and things will always be clean and separated."

The 35-year-old opened up when Anushka became a mother and praised the way she handled herself after giving birth to a baby girl in 2021.

"When you see a life partner become a mother that's when you realise and understand the strength of a mother," Kohli added, referencing to the birth of his little daughter 'Vamika' in 2021. "The way Anushka handled everything is amazing and astonishing, she shot a whole film in between."

Remember, Kohli and Anushka Sharma got married in 2017 and they also have two children, a girl and a boy named Vamika and Akaay, respectively.

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