An albino couple has tied the knot this past weekend and got Mzansi green with envy. Their beautiful pictures have been shared multiple times on the social media space. This is probably because it is a rare occurrence to see people living with albinism in a relationship with each other. We usually see albinos in romantic relationships with other races, but hardly with each other.
The spectacular traditional wedding was held in KwaZulu Natal. Other people living with the similar genetic disorder graced the event.
People were in awe about the wedding and the unique couple. They wished them nothing but the best on their union.
Nolwazi Nkosi said:
"I usually dont comment kubnntu engingabazi but ngyaqala ukuchazeka kanje nibahle and yinhle into yenu sengathi uJehova engaba nani kukho konke", which is loosely translated to "... It's for the first time I admire people I'm not familiar with. This is beautiful. May the Lord be with you in everything you do."
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