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Actress Eve D’Souza weds Simon Anderson in private ceremony

Eve D’Souza and Simon Anderson [Photo: Instagram @evedsouza]

Congratulations are in order for actress Eve D’Souza and Simon Anderson who have officially tied the knot! The Varshita and Auntie Boss star revealed she wed Anderson on October 16, close to a year after she got engaged by the beach in India.

Sharing a photo on her Instagram page of them in a romantic embrace, with D’Souza in a one-sleeve floor-length gown, the former Capital FM personality penned: “Married 16.10.2020”, alongside two heart emoji.

Within moments of sharing the news, netizens – including fellow entertainers- flooded her page, sending their love, blessings, and best wishes to the newlyweds. Leading the pack was events organizer and MC Chris Kirwa who stated: “Congratulations. And yes happy it’s not those two.” Grace Msalame added: “Awww beautiful. Congratulations to you & hubby.” Sanaipei Tande posted: “Congratulations Eve.” While Nigerian singer Banky W wrote: “Ayyyyyyeeeeeeee congratulations!!!!! God bless and protect your union!” So did producer Ted Josiah, who commented: “A big congratulations to you both may God bless you.”

The Hits not Homework guru, 41, in 2019 revealed how ready she was for a journey of love with her fiancé, saying it was worth the wait. “The entire universe conspired to help us find each other and it was truly worth the wait. Once in a lifetime, you meet someone special who changes everything… I can’t wait to marry you and look forward to a lifetime of adventures and special moments together,” she posted soon after he went on one knee and proposed.

Their love story first became public on Christmas eve 2018 after she posted a photo of herself with Anderson and wrote, “Merry Christmas everyone. Have a blessed day, but watch out for that food coma #Christmas #love #blessed.”

During the New Year, she let the world know of their relationship while at a getaway in Sovereign Suites, Limuru. She captioned: “Wishing you all a happy, positive new year. Hope the last day of 2018 is kind to you and your loved ones. And thank you for your support this past year, may God bless you #newyearseve #happynewyear #limuru #newbeginnings.”


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