- Adjetey Anang has celebrated his 14th marriage anniversary with romantic photos
- In the photos, the actor and his wife Elom Anang gave couple goals
- Some Ghanaian celebrities have reacted to the photos
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Ghanaian actor Adjetey Anang and his wife Elom Anang, have wowed social media users with beautiful photos.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021, happened to be 14 years since the award-winning actor got married to Elom.
Anang marked the anniversary celebration with his wife by releasing breathtaking photos.
In some of the photos he released, Anang showed off his romantic side.
In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, the actor and Elom were captured showing love to each other in a swimming pool.
As seen in the photos, Anang was without a shirt while his wife wore swimwear.
They then decided to give couple goals in the swimming pool.
His caption read, "Happy 14th Anniversary. Remember...try to feel young again..."
Some Ghanaian celebrities have reacted to the beautiful photos of Anang and his wife.
@lydiaforson: "I’m closing my eyes and going @elom_anang."
@dboateng9: "Brother I know you can’t swim lol."
@mrsokyeame: "Final slide my fave."
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Anang penned down an emotional letter to his wife.
The multiple award-winning entertainer shared a series of poetic messages from Shakespeare's Sonnet 18 on social media to celebrate fourteen (14) years of marriage to his adorable wife.
The famous Things We Do for Love actor in one of his posts acknowledges that as a couple, they have been through tough times, indicating that ''rough winds do shake the darling buds of May'' but also admits that it didn't last long as he compares it to Summer.
''Happy 14th Anniversary @elom_anang. Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, and summer's lease hath all too short a date,'' his post read.
In a follow-up post, the renowned TV star acknowledges the effect of nature on them as a couple, noting that "sometimes too hot the eye of Heaven shines.''
Adjetey Anang admits that the sun's impact on their now-aging hue as they grow.
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