June 24, 2022: Love has no language and you all might be familiar with the concept. Taking that forward in the sweetest way is the story of an African-American man saying his wedding vows in his bride’s native language. The desi bride named Jenova Juliann Pryor posted the clip on Instagram and it has obviously gone viral online.
In the now-viral video, the groom named Danzel can be seen saying his vows in both English and Malayalam. He was at the altar with his bride and was reading them on the phone. He started in English but quickly changed into Malayalam. “I have found my wife,” he said while translating it for the guests. “I have found a favour from the Lord. I love you,” he added while the guests cheered and clapped in the background.
“My husband learned and said part of his wedding vows in my native tongue, Malayalam. I cried so hard,” Jenova wrote in the caption.
The video garnered close to 33k views after being shared online. Netizens gushed over the couple and their love in the comments section.
Courtesy: India Today