Nollywood actor, Ibrahim Suleiman and his actress wife, Linda Ejiofor, marked their third wedding anniversary on Thursday.
The couple took to their respective verified Instagram pages to pen emotional messages for each other, as they mark three years of their union.
Sharing a video from their wedding ceremony, Ibrahim wrote a lengthy romantic note for his wife, appreciating her for their son, Keon.
He wrote, “Three Years feels like three weeks, but then I look at Keon and realise that my arithmetic is off. Three years of God’s love, mercy, and abundant grace.
“I love you, my friend. I love how intentional you are about choosing me everyday. I love how with us, even the most trying days can be funny. I love how you let me take care of you, provide for you, support you. Because before I came along, you could do all of that for yourself. I love how much family means to you.
“I love how you try so hard to be better daily. I love how you catch my eye from across a crowded room, and everyone else just disappears. Thank you, for being my partner, my guy, my lover, my confidant, my confessor, my coach, my queen, my sounding board. Thank you for Keon. Thank you, for You.
“Happy Anniversary, Sunshine. I’m the luckiest guy in the world because I get to love you. I am truly grateful for you.” (sic)
On her Instagram page, Linda wrote, “My Nimi. I really do like me better when I’m with you. It’s been 3 solid years of this beautiful thing called our love. Sometimes I catch myself in the realisation that you are one of the best decisions I will ever make.
“Thank you for being the reason for my smiles. Thank you for always having time for my shenanigans. Thank you for Keon; for being the best father to him. Thank you for going on this journey called marriage with me.
“I will do my best to continue being a good best friend, wife, and mother. Happy Anniversary @ibrahimsuleimanofficial!!! I love you so much my heart!! Cheers to us.” (sic)
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