Virat Kohli & Anushka Sharma had a dream wedding in Tuscany, Italy last week which gave multiple goals to their fans. Immediately after the romantic wedding, the couple flew off to Rome for their much-awaited honeymoon and from Rome they travelled to Finland.
Virat & Anushka are having a heavenly time with each other in the foreign locales and that’s what Anushka wrote while sharing the 1st pic of their romantic getaway.
In heaven, literally
Now the update is that Virushka are having a really amazing time together watching the Northern Lights in Finland i.e their current romantic destination.
Have a look at the Picture glass igloos, the Santa Claus Village, sledges and the Northern Lights which are the highlights of their honeymoon.
Glass Igloos at Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in Lapland
The Northern Lights from the glass igloos
The Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi
The Aurora Borealis over Rovaniemi
As per the India Today reports, Virushka are currently in Rovaniemi, on the Arctic Circle exactly which is the official hometown of Santa Claus. The village i.e. the capital of Lapland is known for some unforgettable views of the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), which are visible for about 200 nights in a year from Rovaniemi.
Considering the Christmas is just round the corner, Virat & Anushka must be collecting some wonderful memories for their future.
As per Finnish media reports from Lapland, Virat and Anushka’s honeymoon in Rovaniemi was organised by the Luxury Action company, which specialises in private and luxury travel, tailor-made experiences in the Arctic and Nordic regions. A close look at Virushka’s honeymoon picture shows the same name stitched on Virat’s winter cap as well.
Well, that’s what we call a dream honeymoon. But that’s not the end, Virushka will have enjoy another honeymoon in South Africa after throwing reception for their friends in Delhi & Mumbai towards the end of this month.
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