- Lilian Mwangi wondered why people were hellbent on making fun of her husband
- To her, Mwangi Wawira is everything she always wanted in a husband
- The two became instant sensations when photos from their wedding made rounds on social media
- People were amazed by the difference in height between the newlyweds
Love is blind. But not in the morbid, dark and sad kind of way. It is blind to the superficial things.
It only sees the truth which is: character, personality, humour, perseverance, kindness and many other things that the bare eye cannot spot.
While some people rush into marriage over lust, others take their time to cultivate trust, patience and a love too strong to be broken.
When Lilian Mwangi’s wedding photos first hit social media, guys kept laughing and mocking her husband.
Why? The bride’s hubby was nearly half her height and people swore they would never put themselves in a similar position.
But who makes the rules? Who says the man always has to be taller? Who died and became king of what successful marriages should look like?
These are questions that kept ringing in the woman’s head. She just did not get how people were so shallow-minded.
Speaking to Othaya Global News, Lilian said she loves her hubby Mwangi Wawira just as he is.
In fact, she is glad the two met four years ago during a friend’s wedding.
The two exchanged numbers and in 2020, they walked down the aisle at ACK Emmanuel, Karatina.
“We are so happy and really enjoying our honeymoon. Love knows no boundaries,,” Lilian reminded her critics.
In a previous article, Mweri had not been successful in finding someone of his stature as the love of his life and when he finally found one, he did not let the opportunity escape him.
The short-statured man wedded his soulmate, Tecla Tumaini, in Kaloleni, Kilifi county on Thursday, July 30, in a colourful wedding that attracted dozens of attendees.
"Many people used to say he will never marry but I'm glad he has found his soul mate who is of the same height and they are fine," said the bride's father Joseph Majimbo.
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