‘I have every right to live off my husband, he pampers me!’: Amir Khan’s wife Faryal Makhdoom blasts her critics as they celebrate their 9th wedding anniversary
Faryal Makhdoom took aim at her critics while celebrating her ninth wedding anniversary with her husband. amir khan on Monday.
The couple took to Instagram to share flashbacks and a look at the day’s festivities, which saw them hit a spa day and enjoy a lavish dinner.
However, Faryal, 30, seemed to anticipate backlash over their relationship when he took to his Stories to send a strong message.
‘I have every right to live off my husband, he pampers me!’: Amir Khan’s wife Faryal Makhdoom lashed out at her critics on Monday as they celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary
Alongside a cute snapshot of the couple, she wrote, “Fun fact: yes, I live off my husband.” Yes, I also have every right. Yes, pamper me. Yes, yes, yes, now go on with your boring lives. [peace emoji] [sic].’
Faryal had originally shared a photo with her husband, who has a net worth of £30m, which she simply captioned: “Happy anniversary baby.”
Amir, 35, also paid tribute to their union on his page, sharing a photo of the memory with the caption: “Happy anniversary, Queen @faryalmakhdoom.”
The couple also took to their Stories to show off their fun plans for the day, with Faryal revealing that they had kicked off the spa celebrations, while Amir shared a snap enjoying a lavish dinner at Nusr-Et Steakhouse in London.
Sweet: The couple took to Instagram to share flashbacks and a look at the day’s festivities, which saw them hit a spa day and enjoy a lavish dinner
Cute couple: Faryal had originally shared a photo of the couple which she simply captioned: ‘Happy anniversary baby’
The couple married in 2013 in a lavish New York ceremony in front of 400 people at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan, and the couple’s big day reportedly cost $1 million.
However, Faryal recently admitted that he would do things very differently today, admitting that he would like a smaller ceremony to renew his vows to the sportsman on his 10th anniversary next year.
Speaking on the couple’s reality show Meet the Khans: Big In Bolton, Faryal said: “I wish I could change everything about my wedding.”
“I changed the way I dress because now I’m more fashionable and definitely more confident in being who I am and being in front of the camera all the time.”
Celebrations: Faryal revealed that the celebrations had kicked off at the spa, while Amir shared a snapshot of a lavish dinner at Nusr-Et Steakhouse in London.
When asked if he would renew his vows, he said: “Maybe on my 10th anniversary.” [which is] in another year.
“I think I’d just do a beach wedding with a hundred people you know instead of four thousand people you barely know, and I’d really enjoy it.”
Faryal and Amir had a second party in the hometown of Bolton, Amir’s native Britain, a week after getting married in the US in 2013. Some 4,000 people were invited to the occasion.
Marital bliss: The couple married in 2013 in a lavish New York ceremony in front of 400 people at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan (Faryal pictured at a wedding shoot earlier this year)
Last year, Faryal revealed that she vowed to make her marriage work when she found out she was pregnant with her second child.
The couple’s relationship was plagued by infidelity scandals in the past, but the boxer has now insisted he is a ‘changed man’.
Previous allegations of Amir’s affairs included claims that he cheated on his wife days after the arrival of their second child.
He is alleged to have slept with beautician Sophia Hammani, then 22, after she met him at a nightclub.
She believed Amir was divorced at the time of their one-night stand, only seeing that he was married when he shared a family photo on Instagram.
The sports star dismissed the claims as “nonsense” on Twitter at the time, saying she was simply an aggrieved fan when he didn’t pose for a photo.
Amir, who is worth £22.5m, was also said to have been caught on celebrity dating app Raya shortly after the cheating scandal.
Family: The couple are parents to Lamaisah, seven, Alayna, three, Muhammad, two