Katrina and Family visit Vicky Kaushal ahead of the Wedding 

Check out the pictures of Katrina and her family heading towards Vicky Kaushal’s house ahead of the wedding: 

This is the wedding week of Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, recently the bride-to-be and her family were seen visiting Vicky Kaushal’s house. Katrina along with her mom Suzanne Turquotte and her siblings visited Groom to be’s house. Kat looked gorgeous in a stunning white saree. Since their wedding is a close affair, paparazzi never miss a chance to click them while they are in Mumbai. Today morning, pictures of the family leaving for the wedding were also captured. 

Check out the pictures: 

The family was also spotted leaving for the wedding festivities. 

The couple is having a registered court wedding today, December 3. Since Vicky and Katrina belong to different religious backgrounds, they will be married under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. The pre-wedding festivities kickstart on December 7, the couple will get married in two days, one following the Hindu tradition, and the other will be the English wedding. 

This wedding reportedly has a no-phone policy. Some media reports have revealed that Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal reportedly got engaged on Diwali at director Kabir Khan’s house. The duo will get married at a royal palace named Six Senses Fort in Sawai Madhopur on December 9. The rumored couple will reportedly wear ensembles designed by Sabyasachi.

The property is a 2.5-hour drive from Jaipur International Airport and a 30-minute drive from Ranthambore National Park. The couple is expected to be joined by their family members and industry friends including Aanand L Rai and Kabir Khan.

Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif will host a grand reception in Mumbai post their wedding in Rajasthan. The couple wants to ensure that those who can’t travel to Rajasthan for their Shaadi can celebrate with them at their wedding reception.


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