Rayya Elias Is Committed To Elizabeth Gilbert! Is Yet To Be Wife Legally

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Rayya Elias Is Committed To Elizabeth Gilbert! Is Yet To Be Wife Legally

What a love relationship!

There are many ways to celebrate a love relationship, but none can do it better than Rayya Elias and her girlfriend, Elizabeth Gilbert. The writer from Syria and her fellow novelist girlfriend Elizabeth have raised the bars for romance as they celebrate their love in a private ceremony.

It was the "Eat, Pray, Love" writer Elizabeth who took over her Instagram to share the precious and perfect day with her fans.

Although it was a spontaneous and simple ceremony of love surrounded by a handful of near and dear ones, they made it clear that they are in total love with one another. She also made it clear that this was not a legal ceremony and the two are yet to tie the knot and become each other's, wife.

Moreover, in an extended caption full of emotions, Elizabeth made it clear that she and Elias had faced their share of struggles in their relationship.

“Over the last year, Rayya Elias and I have been through some really difficult days together — but not today,”

Elias, who has been suffering from and battling pancreatic and liver cancer, has known Elizabeth for more than 15 years.

Elias and Elizabeth became a couple just a couple of months after Elizabeth split with her former husband, Jose Nunes. Following her split with Jose, Elizabeth announced that she had found love again, but it was not a man this time and rather was a woman. She took over her Facebook to announce their love.

They have faced their own share of stumbles in their relationship, but we would like to wish them the best for their relationship in the days to come.

May you two see golden days in your relationship and love life in the days to come!

A Short Wiki of Rayya Elias:

Rayya Elias is an author and a rock artist born in Aleppo, Syria. She is 57 in age and is someone who has been able to acquire a fair amount of success and fame in her career.

Her famous works in her career include her book like "Harley Loco: A Memoir of Hard Living, Hair, and Post-Punk, from the Middle East to the Lower East Side" and her album Harley Loco, which includes songs like "Fever", "Miss You" and "Loaded Gun".