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Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal tied the knot

The couple tied the knot at the Six Senses Fort Barware in Rajasthan on Thursday in an intimate ceremony. They were photographed by paparazzo accounts for the first time as newlyweds, but now their wedding photos are available on Instagram.


Katrina wrote, sharing the photos, "Only love and gratitude in our hearts for all that has brought us to this moment. Seeking all your love and blessings as we begin this journey together". In the images, she was seen putting a garland around Vicky and taking pheras with him while sitting at the mandap.


The entrance to the wedding venue, which appears to be the main entrance, was guarded by around eight security personnel wearing black uniforms and two police officers.


In addition to barricading and security personnel stationed outside the entrance of the fort, there were also police and security officers inside the lavish property as preparations for the wedding were underway.


 Katrina's close friend Salman Khan and his family did not attend the celebration. Salman will be in Riyadh for the Da-Bangg, the Tour Reloaded, which will happen on Friday. Many more celebrities who attended the wedding were Malavika Mohanan, Sharvari Wagh, Radhika Madan, Kabir Khan, Mini Mathur and Gurdas Maan.


There are reports that Vicky and Katrina requested that all attendees refrain from using their cell phones. Some reports claim that guests were provided with code names to maintain secrecy.


In 2018, Katrina said that Vicky and Katrina would make a nice couple on screen, as she mentioned that during her appearance on Koffee with Karan. Vicky pretended to faint at the news of Katrina's comment.


Vicky and Katrina started dating in 2019. Though they didn't officially confirm the relationship, they attended parties together and enjoyed romantic getaways.


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