Vicky-Katrina to get royal wedding today, Wikipedia says husband and wife

Vicky Kaushal-Katrina Kaif is all set to tie the knot today. According to the news, the two are scheduled to marry on December 9. The two will have a royal wedding today. However, before this, Katrina and Vicky were declared husband and wife. Actually, this is being told on Wikipedia. Here is the answer to every question, and their relationship status has been confirmed by Wikipedia. There has been a big update in the profiles of Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal on Wikipedia.

In fact, Katrina's profile has been added to her husband's name. Vicky Kaushal's name is being shown as her husband's name. On the other hand, Katrina Kaif's name is coming up as Vicky Kaushal's wife. In Rajasthan, the wedding ceremony of the two is in full swing at Sawai Madhopur today. Turmeric and mehndi rituals have been completed in the recent past and now Katrina has a royal wedding today. Marriage will take place in two ways. One is Hindu and the other is Christian.

It is said that Mukesh Ambani will join the family on the wedding day. 5 special rooms have been booked for them at the Oberoi hotel. Akshay Kumar, on the other hand, will also attend the wedding with his entire family. It is also being said that Anushka and Virat Kohli will also go on to enhance the wedding glory.

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