Dora dances a ballet at her wedding

05:45 PM

Tuesday 03 November 2020

I wrote – Bahira Fouda:

Yesterday, Monday, the Tunisian artist, Dora Zarrouk, celebrated her wedding at the engineer Hani Saad, in a hotel in El Gouna, in the presence of a number of close friends and family only.

During the party, Dora danced a ballet, wearing a short dress and sneakers.

In the first comment by the artist Dora after her marriage contract, Dora wrote through her account on the “Instagram” website: “What God has combined in love, no one can separate it .. Praise be to God, which is done with His righteous grace .. My marriage was made on the one whose heart chose me and chosen by my heart, and we gathered the share and destiny. Thank you and all love to the friends and loved ones who share our joy in being present or sentimental. ”

And Dora imposed, during the last period, a state of secrecy on the news of her wedding, which spread a few days ago and denied it at the time, confirming that she will announce it when she wants.

Dora Hany Saad’s husband, an Egyptian architect and businessman, studied architecture at Misr International University. He has two brothers and he is the eldest of them. He owns an architectural company since 2003 named Hany Saad Innovations for construction, design, planning and decoration. He has been married once and has a son and daughter. A marriage that was not viable.

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