- Stunning South Sudanese model Aweng Chol married her wife Lexy back in December 2019
- Aweng and Lexy became a hit on social media after photos of their nuptials made it to social media
- A year after saying "I do," the two graced the cover of fashion magazine Elle, kissing as they rested in one another's arms
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It is the dawn of a new era and the world of fashion has experienced a modern-day fairytale. Aweng Chuol, a former McDonald’s employee who quickly raised to a sought-after supermodel, graced the cover of Elle magazine with the woman of her dreams.
The fashionista was pictured kissing her equally gorgeous spouse on the front page of the publication’s latest issue and it was a moment of pride for her and fellow ladies who chose to follow their hearts.
Her wife Lexy celebrated the big step on her Instagram after following Aweng’s lead.
The two noted that this was new, fresh and desperately needed because it reminded women like them that they too were seen, heard and loved.
The model, who once lived in poverty, laid it all bare on her Instagram profile and told her fans that she was proud of how far she had come in her career.
She was celebrated for being fearless and proud of her woman.
But most of all, Aweng’s fans fell in love with how she wore her love story on her sleeve and did not apologise for being different.
The model started something new and put Elle in the spotlight after people kept sharing her unique cover photo.
In other cute relationship news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Connie Ferguson showing off her 19th-anniversary wedding gift from Shona. Connie took to Instagram to show off the gift that Shona had made in honour of the milestone.Lady bags 2 degrees, presents them to late father at his grave
Connie posted a video to social media that showed two incredibly sparkly diamond rings in all their glory. Shona had a set of two diamond rings made for the occasion of being married to Connie for 19 years.
The jeweller who crafted the rings explained in the caption that Connie's was rose gold and set with white and pink diamonds; while Shona's was rose gold with black and white diamonds.
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