The famous singer Zayn Malik is probably going to give his fans good news as the marriage could be on the card anytime soon with Gigi Hadid. His arm tattoo may suggest about this marriage.
Jeweler George Khalife shared photos on his Instagram feed on Sunday, May 3 where they can be seen wearing matching evil eye bracelets what he made for them. Alongside this, he took to his Instagram Story and shared a different angle of the pieces too. However, the Instagram Story’s picture revealed some ink on the singer’s arm that’s an excerpt from Lebanese-American poet Kahil Gibran’s poem which is On Marriage.
Tattoo reveals the story
His tattoo reads, “Sing and dance together and be joyous but let each one of you be alone. Give your hearts, but not into each other’s keeping. Stand together, yet not too near together; For the pillars of the temple stand apart. And the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other’s shadow.”
While this tattoo has made the headlines about the couple’s engagement rumours, others started speculating that they have got married already in secret, although there is no confirmed news came about any of this.
On the other hand, on Tuesday, April 28, news came that Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik are expecting their first child together. According to a source of Us, Gigi and Zayn are so much in love. She’s always wanted to start a family with Zayn and now she is pregnant too.
Moreover, this news came after Us confirmed earlier this year that the duo has decided to give their relationship another shot after calling it quits a year earlier. They tried to make it work in a slow and steady process while they have appeared publicly on the model’s 25 birthday on April 23.
The duo appeared together and embraced under giant silver balloons too. Meanwhile, on April 30, Hadid confirmed the great news on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, citing that they are very excited and happy and grateful to everyone for their good wishes and support.
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