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Wife Posts Facebook Gold During Unfortunate Solo Honeymoon

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | July 14, 2016

Wife Posts Facebook Gold During Unfortunate Solo Honeymoon

Photo via Facebook

If a honeymoon takes place without one spouse doesn’t actually occur?

According to the Facebook page of one Huma Mobin, you bet it does. In fact, Mobin was able to snap off a bunch of honeymoon photos despite the fact that her husband was in another part of the world.

As the BBC notes, Mobin was enjoying Greece recently while her husband, Arsalaan Sever remained at home in Pakistan’s Lahore.

That personal tragedy led to the following hilarious snapshots that made their way to social media and, according to how viral this story has become, the world.

Here is a post with the images from Huma Mobin’s Facebook page:

As the report states, the new husband wasn’t granted a visa by Greece so a vacation for the newlyweds turned into a holiday for Huma and her parents-in-law.

Instead of crying all vacation, of which she did on the first night per the report, the intrepid traveler braved a holiday without her spouse and still managed to some away with a beautiful experience.

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Reportedly, this is just how both express their undying loneliness when traveling away from one another.

Via BBC: “Whenever one of us travels alone without the other, we do this. We can just show that we're missing [each other].”

Huma continued to BBC on her husband and his absence, “He's the life of the party, my better half - I wouldn't have gone without him but he forced me to.”

As for what fellow travelers thought. Well, they were a little preoccupied to notice the brilliance that was taking place near them: “People were literally breaking their necks with the selfie sticks over there, so I came off really quite normal doing this.”

So it is indeed possible to have a solo honeymoon that becomes a rousing success. Just look at the nearly 2,000 shares this traveler has had on her post for evidence of how well it was received.  


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