- Stunning pre-wedding photos of a US military man and his bride-to-be have been shared online
- The images show the couple in military uniforms
- The pre-wedding images also show the couple in lovey-dovey different poses
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With everything set to tie the knot and become two in one flesh, stunning pre-wedding photos of a beautiful bride-to-be and her prince charming have been shared online.
The striking pre-wedding images show a handsome man in US military uniform and a cap while his curvaceous bride-to-be wore a short sleeve camouflage top over a navy blue jeans.
In one of the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lovely couple is captured in a lovey-dovey pose with their lips locked at each other’s.
The stunning photos also have one where the groom-to-be proudly held his queen like a treasure he couldn’t afford to lose.
With dazzling smiles enchanting in their photos, the groom-to-be had the bride-to-be behind him as they posed for the camera in another image.
The couple’s mesmerising military-themed outfit for their pre-wedding images affirm a prince charming set to make his long-time relationship official.
The bride-to-be looked gorgeous in her outfit and her prince amazing as they took steps to be joined together in one flesh.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported a social media user identified as Agbalenyo Nelson has recounted the struggles of a Ghanaian roasted plantain seller after he successfully graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Agbalenyo Nelson disclosed in a post on social media that the married father of four kids struggled with unemployment after several submitted application letters yielded no results.
He revealed the man was compelled to figure out a niche to provide for himself and that led him to begin a plantain roasting business.
Agbalenyo shared a photo of the man in suit and a Ghana themed flying tie while roasting plantain on fire. While his current trade is greatly dominated by women in the country, he has already carved a thriving business for himself.
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