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Some people might claim that there’s no greater gift a woman can give to her husband than bearing his child… But a brand-new Lamborghini might just come close.
Malaysian cosmetics guru and TikTok star Anes Ayuni Osman, 19, is due to give birth to her first child in late March, which according to local tradition dictates that she then enters into a 100-day ‘confinement period’ – a traditional practice that sees women limit their movement after birth in order to reduce the risk of postpartum complications and rebalance hormones.
This obviously means a lot of long days and sleepless nights lie in store for her husband, 20-year-old entrepreneur Weldan Zulkefli, so as a reward for his selfless behaviour Anes decided to surprise her partner with a brand-new Lamborghini Huracan Evo (worth £160,000), and shared a video of the moment to TikTok.
In the video, she mentions that she will be relying on her husband round the clock and that she expects him to pull his weight and change nappies, stating: “He’s fine with that because he has been cleaning up after our cat all this time. He can stay awake at night because his business brain works better at night doing marketing.”
In a caption accompanying the clip, which has since gained more than 1.5million views and 162.2K likes, she wrote: “Thank you husband, no matter how big the value of this gift will not be able to reciprocate your kindness.”
In the video, Anes can be seen leading the blindfolded Weldan into a car dealership before surprising him with the supercar, which had been wrapped up in a big red bow.
Weldan became understandably emotional after seeing his wife’s expensive gift, and hugged his wife and thanked her profusely for the lavish gesture.
Anes is a successful cosmetics entrepreneur from Kelantan and tried the knot with Weldan in February last year.
Following the birth of their child later this month, the pair will travel to Anes’ parents' home where they will begin the postpartum confinement process, which lasts for at least 30 days and involves bed rest and a ban on visitors as the new parents divert their entire focus towards caring for the new baby.
The practice is common across Asia, and Anes says she gifted the car to her husband to thank him for his 'sacrifice' during her confinement period.
“Our blessings have not stopped since we got married, he has taken such good care of me, especially during my pregnancy,” she told Malaysian publication mStar.
“Apart from being thankful for his sacrifice, I am gifting this Lamborghini because I want him by my side throughout my confinement.
“I'm expecting my husband to not only be with me all the time but he has to care for the baby day and night because there's a huge possibility I will be having a Caesarean birth.
“Mums out there will know how painful a C-section is, so I want more attention from my husband.”
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