Businessman and philanthropist, Olakunle Churchill and his wife Roseline Meurer on Thursday celebrated their wedding anniversary in style.
The couple took to their respective Instagram pages to pen sweet love notes to each other as they celebrated another year of friendship, love, companionship, and a lifetime of happiness.
Churchill shared several beautiful photos with his darling wife, both adorned in traditional attires.
He captioned the post: “There’s a reason why they say: ‘home is where the heart is’. That reason transcends luxury furnishings, exotic and vintage ambiences.
“That reason is the positive energy, peace and comfort that home gives away from all the energies outside.
“When you are married, that reason is down to ‘who you make a home with’ and everything else you create together.
“Today, I celebrate the one who makes my home the happiest place for the few years of marital bliss. I just want to keep saying ‘yes I do’. Love you Queen Rosy. @official_rosymeurer. Happy Anniversary.”
Meurer shared same photos and a few more with an accompanying caption that read: “I’m a complete woman with you. Knowing and marrying you have brought nothing but joy, Peace and satisfaction to me.
“Happy anniversary baby. CHEERS TO MANY MORE YEARS TOGETHER. I LOVE YOU.”
On February 15, Olakunle Churchill had introduced his former Personal Assistant, actress Rosy Meurer who was at the center of his divorce as his wife in a new post on social media.
The announcement followed the allegations made against him by his ex-wife, Tonto Dike, about his relationship with Rosy which he vehemently denied.
Dikeh alleged that Churchill was sleeping with Meurer, buying her gifts and taking her on trips.
She also revealed that she was one of the reasons for her marital crisis which eventually led to their divorce in 2017, just two years after their wedding in 2015.
In a birthday post via his Instagram alongside her Meurer’s photo, Churchill wrote: “A special sunrise, on this precious day, a great woman was born. During my hard times when depression would have taken the better part of me, you were my bedrock.
“When it was like the whole world was against me, you stood by me, even took some missiles because of me.
“When I thought I lost it all, you encouraged me to hope on God that he will give me back all l have lost.
“Happy birthday Mrs Churchill. Age with grace, l have got your back 247 by the special grace of God.”