Social media users remind Jemima Goldsmith of her wedding with Prime Minister Imran Khan as she congratulated Malala Yousafzai and Asser Malik.
She wrote, “Congratulations and mashallah,” under the tweet of Malala Yousafzai. People reminded her of her marriage with Imran Khan. Some of the followers posted questions like why did they part ways and why she left him. They would have been happy if they both were still together.
Congratulations and mashallah x
— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) November 9, 2021
We miss you now @Jemima_Khan , we wished you to be 1st lady of Pakistan. How cute it was if…………
But still you are our Bhabi
— 🦉🐦𝔾𝕣𝕖𝕖𝕟 𝔹𝕚𝕣𝕕🐦🦉 (@BadarMu33938692) November 10, 2021
My most most fvt couple in this world… But unfortunately it has been sacrificed for nation Pakistan. pic.twitter.com/pjciu9Pbps
— Ali…. (@AsgharA74985324) November 9, 2021
A Twitter user said, “We miss you now @Jemima_Khan, we wished you to be 1st lady of Pakistan. How cute it was if………… But still, you are our Bhabi.”
Another said, “My most fvt couple in this world… But unfortunately, it has been sacrificed for the nation Pakistan.”
A female Twitter user said that despite separation she has not moved on in her life and cares for her former husband.
Earlier, Jemima Goldsmith deleted her tweet following bizarre responses from Pakistani Twitter users.
In a deleted tweet, Jemima Goldsmith had asked Pakistani social media users to help her find an English translation of the Qawwali ‘Athra Ishq Ni Saon Denda’ sung by maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Soon her Twitter feed flooded with responses from Pakistani Twitter users.
deep down inside she still loves imran khan 🥺🥺😭 https://t.co/OuXdanWzH0
— . (@stethandswag) November 9, 2021
One Twitter user said that the qawwali is currently in the Punjabi language and its English translation is not available yet. However, she must contact Prime Minister Imran Khan for the English translation of the Qawwali.
Another user said that PM Imran Khan will help her since both the former cricketer and singer respected each other. A Twitter user said that it is a very difficult task to translate the songs and Qawwalis of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan in English.
Later, Jemima Goldsmith deleted the tweet. She did not give the exact reason for deleting her tweet but it seems that bizarre suggestions from the Pakistani Twitter users offended her.