Do you remember couple who trended because of physical difference? See the good news they have
By Olusabeti | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 0 views
Lilian and her husband Mwangi trended after their wedding photos went viral on social media platforms.
The Mwangi's, as they refer to themselves, trended because of their physical differences. Lilian is taller while Mwangi is short. Despite the physical appearance, Lilian and Mwangi prove that indeed love exists between them.
Lilian and Mwangi
Lilian has shared good news on Facebook that their story is now published in standard newspaper. She encouraged her friends to buy the newspaper to know more about their love beyond what physical eyes can see.
Screenshot of Lillian's post on Facebook
Photos of Lilian and Mwangi as they serve couple goals
Kenyans have prayed for them hoping that their marriage is blessed. They also claimed that they look beautiful and indeed are a perfect pair.
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May God bless the Mwangi's marriage. They prove that indeed love is beyond physical appearance.
Feel free to drop a love to the Mwangi's.
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