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Move Over, Monica and Chandler! Ex Bhutan PM and His Wife are Setting New Couple Goals

Love is carrying your wife across a muddied road.


Updated:September 13, 2018, 5:42 PM IST
Move Over, Monica and Chandler! Ex Bhutan PM and His Wife are Setting New Couple Goals
(Image: Twitter/@tsheringtobgay)

A popular story, often debated for its authenticity, surrounding English gentleman Sir Walter Raleigh was that he laid his cloak over a mud puddle to keep Queen Elizabeth I from getting her feet wet. The story was originated by historian Thomas FullerMuch, who was notorious for embellishing facts quite too often. Rayleigh, a queen's favourite, was imprisoned in the Tower of London and ultimately beheaded in 1592 for having an affair with a maid. Oh well, talk about #LoveisLove.

Former Prime Minister of Bhutan, Tshering Tobgay, was perhaps re-enacting the fabled tale when he walked through a muddied road with his wife on his back.

Posting the picture on Twitter, Tobgay wrote, "a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do to keep his lady’s feet clean."

Twitter's heart, of course, grew three sizes as they could not stop gushing over the heartwarming image.

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