- Junior Nyong'o got married to his sweetheart Wanja Wahoro three months after getting engaged in 2019
- The pair announced the good news through Instagram and shared a few photos taken on their big day
- Wanja said it was not the wedding she hoped for but the intimacy stole her heart
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Kisumu Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o just gained a new daughter after his son Junior Nyong’o walked down the aisle.
The artistic actor who used to live in the US said “I Do” to his queen Wanja Wahoro in an intimate ceremony after being engaged for a couple of months.
Lupita Nyong’o’s brother announced the good news through a cute Instagram post that had photos of their memorable day.
The two who were draped in simple yet exquisite wedding attire posed in the garden and stared at each other’s eyes as they looked forward to a happily ever after.
Junior promised to walk for miles every day to water his partner's roots till it was impossible for anyone to ignore her.
The socialite promised Wanja a forever she would never regret and referred to the beauty as his strong and steadfast acacia.
“I will walk for miles to water your roots every single day until you are too tall and impossible for anyone to ignore,” Junior wrote.
Wanja noted that was not the wedding they had initially planned for but at the end of the day, it was faultless.
“You are a fixed point in my universe, and the best friend I have ever known,” the blushing bride wrote.
Junior and Wanja got engaged in November 2019 after dating for years.
The eccentric thespian popped the question during a lovely event attended by friends and family.
During the ceremony, the actor who was dressed in what looked like a skirt said he fell in love with his better half the first day he saw her.
He scoured the earth for a ring special enough for his queen and landed for one sold at the same shop where Lord of The Rings merch were sold.
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