Actress Sunny Leone celebrated her 10th wedding anniversary with husband Daniel Weber on Friday. Sunny shared an adorable picture of herself and Daniel on Instagram and complemented it with an even more adorable note. Showering love on Daniel in the caption of the post, Sunny wrote: “Happy 10th Anniversary to the man I love! I pray we walk through this life together until our dying days. You are my rock and my hero! Love you baby.”
The picture features the couple sitting on a bench with Sunny resting her head on Daniel’s shoulder. While Daniel can be seen dressed head to toe in black, Sunny can be seen wearing a black T-shirt which she paired with blue denims in the picture.
Sunny gifted a bracelet to Daniel on their wedding anniversary and he shared a picture of the same, thanking the actress in his Instagram story, Daniel wrote, “Thank you Sunny for this. Love that you remember what this means. Happy 10. love you.” The bracelet has ’10 saal’ written on it.
Sunny and Daniel dated for a while before tying the knot in 2011. They adopted Nisha in 2017. On March 4, 2018, the couple became proud parents to twin boys, Asher Singh Weber and Noah Singh Weber.
Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber are currently settled in Mumbai. They had moved to Los Angeles last year for the safety of their kids amid the COVID-19 pandemic. They returned to India after a few months due to work commitments.
Sunny Leone was last seen in the web series ‘Bullets’ which released on MX Player in January. Directed by Devang Dholakia, it also starred Karishma Tanna.
Sunny Leone will be seen next in a gun-fu action series titled ‘Anamika’. It will have 10 episodes and is written and directed by Vikram Bhatt. The series also stars Sonnalli Seygall. ‘Anamika’ will be produced under the banner of Loneranger by Vikram Bhatt and Krishna Bhatt.
On March 25, Sunny announced a film titled ‘Shero’. The psychological thriller will be directed by Sreejith Vijayan. Sunny will also feature in a special dance number in Arjun Rampal starrer film ‘The Battle of Bhima Koregaon’.