- The YouTubers known as the Anasala Family announced to their millions of followers that they are expecting a boy with an incredible light show on the side of Dubai's Burj Khalifa skyscraper
- Asala said that she was more excited during the gender reveal more than she was on her wedding day
- The couple, Anas and Asala Marwah, shared a video to their channel on Tuesday in which they told the story of travelling to Dubai with their friends and family for the gender reveal
Anas and Asala Marwah caused a stir online after going for an extra mile to make their baby's gender reveal very unique.
Many were left wondering if it could be the biggest ever party as the YouTubers announced they are expecting a boy.
The couple, who goes by the name the Anasala Family on YouTube, announced to their millions of followers that they are expecting a boy with an incredible light show on the side of Dubai's Burj Khalifa skyscraper.
Anas and Asala Marwah shared a video to their channel on Tuesday in which they told the story of travelling to Dubai with their friends and family for the gender reveal.
In the video of the lovebirds, who said 'I do' in 2017, the two could be seen standing on a balcony next to the world's tallest building, holding their daughter.
Asala said that she was excited during the gender reveal, more than she was on their wedding day:
"My heart is beating, I feel it is going to pop out of my chest and I feel much more excited than on my wedding day."
The couple watched as the light started to count down before lighting up in blue with the words "It's a boy" on the side of the building.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that luxury retailer Louis Vuitton is all set to launch a designer face shield of its own kind for those who love everything glam and classy.
The LV Shield, as it is known, will be on sale starting October 30 at select outlets as part of the French brand’s 2021 Cruise Collection.
The New York Post reported that the pricey piece of personal protective equipment is expected to block and prevent droplets from any sick person, more so Covid-19 patients.
It will also protect the wearer from the sun rays. In a statement, Louis Vuitton described the shield as an eye-catching headpiece, both stylish and protective.
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