Love is in the air for Sunny Leone and husband Daniel Weber as they look straight into each other’s eyes

Sunny Leone has shared a couple of photos with the love of her life, Daniel Weber on her Instagram account. In the photos the couple looks adorable.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 15, 2017 7:17 am
Sunny Leone shares a photo with Daniel Weber. Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber look adorable in this latest click.

Ever since Sunny Leone adopted a daughter, Nisha Kaur Weber, the focus has shifted from her and husband Daniel Weber who earlier have broken the internet with their lovey-dovey pictures. More than the actor, her fans are interested in the updates about her little angel. But now, the Tera Intezaar actor has once again given her followers on social media a reason to drool over this picture-perfect couple. She has shared a couple of photos with the love of her life, Daniel.

“Traveling through life with your best friend!! Priceless!!! @dirrty99,” read the caption of a photo where Sunny and Daniel are looking straight into each other’s eyes. The other one has Sunny totally smitten by Daniel’s dapper looks. After looking at these photos overloaded with love, the Instagrammers could not stop themselves from calling the couple cute.

Sunny and Daniel who have been married for six years now have stood by each other during all the odds and looks inseparable as the actress is mostly accompanied by Daniel during her outdoor shoots. In fact, when it comes to parenting, the two are hands-on parents as claimed by Sunny. She says, “Both Daniel and I are hands-on parents. We bathe her (Nisha), wash her, change her nappies and feed her. Also, when she wakes up, we wake up. Both of us keep on running into her room to say ‘good morning’ and sometimes we are pushing each other to get in first. We are really happy.”

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  1. G
    Nov 17, 2017 at 1:37 am
    Long long ago even before Sunny Leone was conceived the Malayalam blue film industry was thriving and they were the pioneers of the Indian p industry