Willis Raburu and his wife Mary Ngami Raburu alias Maryaprude are still going strong in marriage. The popular social media couple are celebrating their two-year anniversary.

On Sunday,  May 5, the lovebirds marked exactly two years since they exchanged vows in a low-key wedding in Runda.

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Never ones to shy away from public displays of affection, the Citizen TV journalist and Maryaprude took to their respective Instagram pages to celebrate their newest milestone.

Willis Raburu gushed about Mary saying the day she became his wife is still his most precious. In addition to endearing adjectives, Raburu also described Mary as “my naughty bad girl”. Nuff said! Man’s must be having it great in the bedroom.

He wrote, “Still the most precious day in my life. This day you said you do, to a crazy man with a dream, who did not have his life totally figured out and all he had was a word and a belief. You see deeper and have taught me to as well. You love me with all my flaws, my faults and my good, my “Bonga points” my striving to perfection. You are my number one cheerleader, my adviser, my confidant, my naughty bad girl ?? my all! I love you @maryaprudeHappy anniversary!!! Thank God I found you (you know the rest ????) #MorKich #QueenRaburu”

Queen Raburu returned the favor with a deep and sweet message admitting that there are times she felt like she was giving her all in the marriage.

Mary also shared a clip of her wedding day which shows the then newlyweds dancing down the aisle after saying their ‘I Dos’.

“This day Two Years ago I said yes to @willisraburu and I’m telling you it has been amazing. There are times I didn’t understand what was happening in my life and I felt I wasn’t giving ? in this marriage but I thank God I married my buddy who makes things so easy and makes me laugh more times than I can count. Dear Husband, I love you♥️♥️, I honor you and I respect you for even agreeing on a sober mind? to spend the rest of your life with me? 
No eye has seen, No ear has heard, Nor have entered into the heart of man
The things which God has prepared for You” She wrote.