Recently, the Queen of Bhutan shared a new photo to mark an important milestone, the 10th wedding anniversary. The picture shows the king smiling happily, looking at his wife and two children lovingly.
Meanwhile, Queen Jetsun Pema tenderly holds her second son while Dragon Prince Jigme Namgyel, who will be crowned King in the future, grows more mature and mature. This 5-year-old boy possesses outstanding height and has the beauty of both parents. The photo is considered simple and warm, with vibrant colors.
Family photo of the Queen of Bhutan
Royal fans compared two past and present photos of the Queen and Queen of Bhutan to show the great bond between them. In particular, Queen Jetsun Pema surprised many people by her “reverse aging” beauty. Compared to 10 years ago, now this queen is more and more young and beautiful, her body is still in balance after 2 births.
No fancy jewelry or crowns, Queen Jetsun Pema still radiates a passionate aura. Her tenderness and tenderness have broken the hearts of millions of fans around the world. The King of Bhutan over time became more and more stable and brave, a solid support for the whole family.
Wedding photo 10 years ago of the Queen of Bhutan
King Jigme Khesar, 41, and Queen Jetsun Pema, 31, married in 2011, the same year as Prince William and Duchess Kate. This couple has been praised by the whole world for their dreamlike love story. Despite the age gap, the King of Bhutan fell in love with the young Jetsun Pema at first sight and was ready to wait for her to grow up to propose.
The royal couple is extremely loved by the people because of their tolerance, selflessness and devoted service to the country and the people. The family of 4 of the Queen of Bhutan always receives attention whenever they appear in the media. Even though he has been married for 10 years, King Jigme Khesar has always given loving and caring gestures to his 10-year-old wife.
The King always cares and loves his spouse
Queen Jetsun Pema has a beauty that is loved by thousands of people
Miss Jetsun Pema became the youngest queen in the world after marrying the king at the age of 21. The Queen and King of Bhutan were once likened to “Will and Kate of the Himalayas” because of the close relationship between husband and wife. The Queen used to study abroad in London, England. Here, she studied diplomacy, psychology and art. Her hobby is painting.
After 10 years as Empress, Jetsun Pema shines more and more as a model of the world. All of her activities focus mainly on charity work, useful to the community.